Thursday, December 1, 2011

CHINA: Tales from China by Hui Cui

Today's Multicultural "Book Look" is Tales from China: World Favorite Fables by Hui Cui with story adaptation by Miranda Sibo Paul and Steve Jackson.  It features 15 newly adapted folk tales from China set to contemporary animated illustrations by William Guo.

From the Jacketflap:

The World Favorite Fables series was created to answer the question by sharing the stories and life-lessons that we pass down to our children, who, in turn, pass down to theirs. 

These stories are not only entertaining and fun, but they provide exposure to the world to better equip our children to interact on a more global level. 

Each book aims to: 

Beautifully written and illustrated fables will delight small children, young readers and parents alike. Destined to be a favorite, your family will come back to this book again and again. 

Experience life lessons as children do from cultures around the world. A Message section is included after every story for parents to discuss with children, or for children to ponder on their own.

It is no secret that adding a second language to your child s education can generate improvements in standardized test scores, creativity and cognitive abilities. Reap the benefits while providing an engaging read for children experiencing the second language presented in this book.

Buy Tales from China: World Favorite Fables by Hui Cui Online Now

Interested in finding more great multicultural books from China for your kids?  Check out all of our titles from Asia and beyond listed here at Multicultural Books for Kids!

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