CRRL Kids: Stories from the Ancients: China
Annotation:The emperor's only daughter, Hwei Min, has been blind since birth. While luminaries of all sorts have tried to cure her, only a humble old man has success. Beautiful embossed illustrations help kids understand the story's meaning.
Annotation:It's time for the Moon Festival, and Lin Yi's parents send him to the market to bargain for a list of necessary items. Will he be able to negotiate a deal that includes something a little extra?
Annotation:Part of getting to be Star of the Week in Cassidy-Li’s classroom is showing photos of your family. When you've been adopted from China, this simple assignment can present a challenge.
Annotation:Nineteen Chinese folktales, including "The Practical Bride" and "The Dragon Slayer," are presented in this humorously illustrated collection.
Annotation:Ping borrows a magic pillow from a mysterious elderly magician and dreams grand dreams while sleeping on it. Perhaps the pillow's true magic lies in revealing the realistic, but not-so-grand results of Ping's grand dreams.