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By Xin, Lin; Translated by Wert, Yinin; Wert, Yijin
A touching story of finding beauty and joy in unexpected places. Xiao Mo is celebrating her birthday with friends and family when she opens the gift her parents gave her. Little Xiao Mo is immediately disappointed when she opens the box to find ugly, caterpillar-like creatures sq...uirming around. Although her parents try to explain that they are sRead more
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By Xin, Lin; Illustrated by Tang, Samoo
Twenty-four origami projects with Chinese themes.
Illustrated by Xin, Lin
This beautifully illustrated bilingual Chinese storybook tells the story of how chopsticks came to be.
By Xin, Lin
One day, Little Mo found an injured little bird in her backyard, and she spent all her time nursing the bird back to health. They quickly became friends, so when it was time for the little bird to take flight again, he didn't want to leave without someone to keep him company.
By Xin, Lin; Wert, Yijin
A sweet story that shows how one small act of kindness can help those around you. Little Mo and her family always compete in their village's annual lantern competition, but this year she has no new ideas and doesn't know where to begin. As a thunderstorm rolls into town, Little M...o finds herself wishing for help in front of a lamp post. Worried that the rain will put the lamp's flame out, Little Mo uses her own umbrella to cover the lamp. Little did she know, an unexpected recipient of her selfless act would guide Little Mo to victory in the lantern competition in return. Not only does this book emphasizes the importance of kindness, but presents the story in both English and Chinese. Children and parents will love learning about the Chinese Lantern Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival, and can even make their own lantern by following the step-by-step instructions at the back.Read more
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