Everyday Life introduces children to the vibrant world created by Shanghai's Jinshan artists. From a watermelon harvest to an autumn festival to a child s winter game, vivid, friendly peasant art brings everyday life in rural China into our lives. Simple, rhythmic poems, presented in English, Chinese and Pinyin, beautifully accent each painting. Everyday Life s colorful, bustling illustrations will capture a child's imagination, while descriptive bilingual text invites English and Chinese readers to enjoy the sweetness of each page. ThingsAsian Kids presents a series of books introducing children to the beauty and wonder of Asia. Other ThingsAsian Kids books include My Mom is a Dragon and My Dad is a Boar , a whimsical introduction to Chinese paper cut art and the lunar calendar animals; Hiss! Pop! Boom! Celebrating Chinese New Year ; and H is for Hong Kong , an international twist on the classic primer, featuring a lovely, hand-tinted cyanotype photographs. "
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(260mm x 175mm x 9mm)
Global Directions/Things Asian Press
Publisher: Global Directions/Things Asian Press
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Author Biography - Tricia Morrissey
Tricia Morrissey Author of Hiss! Pop! Boom!, My Mom is a Dragon and My Dad is a Boar, and H is for Hong Kong, Tricia Morrissey was born in Nairobi, Kenya, and spent her childhood in Africa, Greece, and the United States. She now lives in San Francisco where she writes and edits books for children, specializing in the culture of China. Ding Sang Mak
Ding Sang Mak was born in Guangdong, China. He lived and worked in Hong Kong for thirty-two years, serving in the Hong Kong Government Civil Service. He now lives in Hawaii with his family, and his hobbies include reading, Chinese calligraphy, literature, and history. "