Gingerbread Men Stories from Around the World
A lot of teachers read the Gingerbread Man to their class this time of year. I love the Gingerbread Man as much as the next mama or teacher, but what I love even more is finding other versions of a traditional story. I had a few such stories in my personal collection, but decided I wanted to compile a list of all of the Gingerbread Men stories from around the world. So, I set to doing so and was amazed with what I found. Here is a list of the different versions I found. My favorites are the The Runaway Rice Cake and The Runaway Wok both by Ying Chang Compestine.
Which do you like best?
The Matzo Ball Boy by Lisa Shulman
Gingerbread Man by Jim Aylesworth
Snow Dude by Daniel Kirk
Gingerbread Boy by Richard Egielski
The Gingerbread Boy by Paul Galdone
The Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett
Runaway Tortilla by Eric Kimmel
The Runaway Rice Cake by Ying Chang Compestine
Sourdough Man: An Alaska Folktale by Cherie Stihler
The Cajun Cornbread Boy by Dianne De Las Casas
The Cajun Gingerbread Boy by Berthe Amoss
Stop that Pickle! by Peter Armour
The Gingerbread Cowboy by Janet Squires
The Runaway Pancake by Whitman Publishing Company
The Runaway Pancake by Mairi Mackinnon
The Gingerbread Girl by Lisa Campbell Ernst
The Gingerbread Pirates by Kristin Kladstrup
Can’t Catch Me by Ann Hassett
The Matzah Man by Naomi Howland
Gingerbread Bear by Dennis Roberts
Runaway Wok by Ying Chang Compestine
The Musubi Man: Hawai’i’s Gingerbread Man by Sandi Takayam
The Gingerbread Rabbit by Randall Jarrell
Senorita Gordita by Helen Kettemen
Runaway Latkes by Leslie Kimmelman
Kolobok by Natasha Bochkov
The Jalapeno Man by Debbie Leland
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I had fun visiting the posts from last weeks linky party. There are so many wonderful ideas out there!
Here are a few of my favorites….
Sticking with the Gingerbread theme…
And now the linky…
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