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Great as both a story and introductory guide to Chinese culture and cuisine, this is an excellent addition to any child’s library.
Popo’s Lucky Chinese New Year, by Virginia Loh-Hagan, is the perfect book to read for Chinese New Year.
If You Were Me and Lived In … China is an easy read and a fun way to introduce the People’s Republic of China to children.
This unique and charming alphabet book uses rhymes and fact snippets to introduce Chinese words to a pre-schooler. The words are written in Pinyin, a sound system using Roman letters to write Chinese sounds. Words introduced are significant in Chinese culture, but relatable in any culture.
Quan’s watercolor paintings bring each anecdote to life in brilliant jewel tones and with quirky humor. This is a beautiful book for families to share and for individual readers to revisit.
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Book Spotlight: My China Travel JournalThe Children’s Book Review
My China Travel Journal is the story of Emma and Joe, two American children, who travel to China and tell us about the things they see. We meet the neighbors, a sidewalk artist, children flying kites, and more, and they all offer a bit more information about what makes China special.
These picture books offer solid introductions into the Chinese New Year and are then followed by some good-old bunny tales to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit.