"Let's Go to China" is an introductory book with many wonderful pictures and interesting China facts from the first emperor and his Great Wall to bullet trains and modern city life. Tommy's books provide entertaining Chinese history for kids, introducing ancient monuments, inventions and important people. This historically accurate, animated and edutaining series "China for Children", is designed ...
Series: China for Children (Book 1)
Hardcover: 30 pages
Publisher: Tommy Tong (2013)
Package Dimensions: 9.8 x 7.6 x 0.4 inches
Amazon Rank: 1586118
Format: PDF ePub fb2 TXT fb2 book
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Although I've been lucky enough to go to China and visit many of the things and places mentioned and pictured, this is a spectacular intro for anyone. The author gave just enough info for the reader to want to find out more about this incredible cou...
the attention of early readers and the parents they are reading to. Worded with little people in mind, the series provides enough nutritious substance to satisfy all ages. So... what are you waiting for? "Let's Go to China!" Tommy Tong's epic children's book series shares ancient China for kids in schools, living rooms and libraries around the world. The series highlights important Chinese facts and historical events from the early days of Chinese civilization to the present. His books are even used to teach Chinese kids English as they learn about their own colorful history and lineage. Did you know that the Chinese New Year celebration starts with the Spring Festival on the Chinese Lunar New year, involves hundreds of tons of fireworks, millions of lion dances, dragon parades and plenty of traditional Chinese food? The party lasts for two weeks and ends with a Lantern Festival in every community. And who better to share the tales of Marco Polo and Kublai Khan for kids? Isn't it time to teach your young ones a little something about the history of China?