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by Jennifer Wood,Oliver Chin

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ISBN: 1597020281
Author: Jennifer Wood,Oliver Chin
Language: English
Publisher: Immedium; 12.4.2011 edition (January 3, 2012)
Pages: 36
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Kids
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 362
Size Fb2: 1258 kb
Size ePub: 1647 kb
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The Tales of the Chinese Zodiac series has become a Lunar New Year tradition in our house, and my. .This is a traditional Chinese story/fable, all about the dragon zodiac character (babies born 23 January 2012 - 9 February 2013 and on 12-year cycles in each direction)

The Tales of the Chinese Zodiac series has become a Lunar New Year tradition in our house, and my children look forward to each new book every year. This is a traditional Chinese story/fable, all about the dragon zodiac character (babies born 23 January 2012 - 9 February 2013 and on 12-year cycles in each direction).

Электронная книга "The Year of the Tiger: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac", Oliver Chin. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "The Year of the Tiger: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Oliver Chin (Goodreads Author), Jennifer Wood. A rainbow of animals inhabit the popular annual series The Tales from the Chinese Zodiac. This is the only series in English that features each of the animals of the Lunar New Year

Oliver Chin (Goodreads Author), Jennifer Wood. Dominic's parents advise the kingdom's Emperor and have high expectations for this high-flying dragon. This is the only series in English that features each of the animals of the Lunar New Year. Our new series The Asian Hall of Fame explores fantastic inventions from Asia.

Электронная книга "The Year of the Dog: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac", Oliver Chin. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "The Year of the Dog: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Author - Oliver Chin, Illustrator - Jennifer Wood. Dominic's parents have high expectations for this high-flying dragon. However, when Bo wants to race paddle boats, will Dom sink or swim?

Author - Oliver Chin, Illustrator - Jennifer Wood. Illustrator - Jennifer Wood. However, when Bo wants to race paddle boats, will Dom sink or swim? more. Read this Book on Epic!

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BookDragon Books for the Multi-Culti Reader. The Year of the Dragon: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac by Oliver Chin, illustrated by Jennifer Wood.

Oliver Chin; Jennifer Wood. Tales from the Chinese Zodiac. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. This latest adventure in the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac follows the Rabbit (2011), Tiger (2010), Ox (2009), Rat (2008), Pig (2007) and Dog (2006). Each book features a unique cast of a dozen creatures. In the Chinese lunar calendar, every year is represented by a special animal, who symbolizes special qualities and whose personality people identify with.

Tales From The Chinese Zodiac: The 12 Year Box Set by Oliver Chin

Tales From The Chinese Zodiac: The 12 Year Box Set by Oliver Chin. Dominics proud parents rule the sea and sky, advise the Emperor, and have high expectations for their son. Meanwhile Dom befriends the boy Bo and the other zodiac animals. The Year of the Dragon is on the San Francisco Public Library/SF Unified School District summer 2013 reading list, distributed to all public school students and recommended at all SFPL branches. Immedium publishes the new children's book series Tales from the Chinese Zodiac which includes The Year of the Rabbit. The Isabella Media Bookstore is the place.

By Oliver Chin and illustrated by Jennifer Wood. 2011 brings on The Year of the Rabbit. and outside back cover. Oliver Chin continues to creatively reveal the virtues of the animals of the Chinese Zodiac through his series

By Oliver Chin and illustrated by Jennifer Wood. Oliver Chin continues to creatively reveal the virtues of the animals of the Chinese Zodiac through his series. BookDads I love rabbits, obviously, so The Year of the Rabbita sweet story about Rosie, a rabbit with extra-long earswas right up my alleythis book is another great Immedium release.

The Year of the Dragon, written by Oliver Chin and wonderfully illustrated by Jennifer Wood, is the perfect book to teach teamwork, critical thinking, and friendship.

Select Format: Hardcover. The Year of the Dragon, written by Oliver Chin and wonderfully illustrated by Jennifer Wood, is the perfect book to teach teamwork, critical thinking, and friendship.

The Year of the Dragon is on the San Francisco Public Library/SF Unified School District summer 2013 reading list, distributed to all K-5 public school students and recommended at all SFPL branches for their summer reading program."The Year of the Dragon, written by Oliver Chin and wonderfully illustrated by Jennifer Wood, is the perfect book to teach teamwork, critical thinking, and friendship." - Tokyo Bunnie"Recommended...The acrylic drawings are bright and enticing. The illustrator also cleverly includes all the other animals of the Chinese zodiac in her drawings—fun for the reader to locate them. This is a great lesson in perseverance and working together as a team to achieve a common goal." – Library Media Connection2012 was the year of the dragon! Dominic's parents advise the kingdom's Emperor and have high expectations for this high-flying dragon. However, when the boy Bo and the other zodiac animals want to learn paddle boat racing, will Dom sink or swim with them? Find out in the seventh book in the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac series.This latest adventure in the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac follows the Rabbit (2011), Tiger (2010), Ox (2009), Rat (2008), Pig (2007) and Dog (2006). Each book features a unique cast of a dozen creatures. In the Chinese lunar calendar, every year is represented by a special animal, who symbolizes special qualities and whose personality people identify with."If you’re looking for a way to further celebrate and explore the New Year, try finding books for your kids. A great kids’ book to help teach your kids about the lunar New Year is The Year of the Dragon Tales from the Chinese Zodiac. The story about Dominic and Bo is definitely one you will read to your kids year round." – QueensMamas.com"a playful spin on the characteristics of a traditional Chinese zodiac animal. It is, in fact, utterly unconventional and that's probably why my girls like it so much." - Frog Mom"The Year of the Dragon is a charming story with themes familiar to many children's books. The underlying message is one of cooperation, friendship, imagination and perseverance. These are by no means unique lessons in children's literature, but Jennifer Wood's whimsical illustrations set the story apart from the rest....You and your child will enjoy this charming story, and I am sure you will be looking for the other Zodiac animal books. The subject matter is not just entertaining, but is informs children about an important aspect of Asian culture. What better way to learn something new than by having fun while doing so?" – suite101

Comments:

Stick
This is a traditional Chinese story/fable, all about the dragon zodiac character (babies born 23 January 2012 - 9 February 2013 and on 12-year cycles in each direction). There is only a little bit of Chinese language (a few words), so this is more of an exposure to the story/culture rather than the language per se. But it's a very fun, colorful book, with a great story.
Mopimicr
My niece was born in China and we were so fortunate to be able to welcome her into our family. She is so bright and adventurous and is curious about her culture of origin, thanks so much to the encouragement of my brother and sister-in-law. These stories for kids are a fun way to teach them Chinese mythology and learn in a fun and engaging way.
Dellevar
Very cute book. Purchased for my grandson who is three and born in the year of the dragon.
Xirmiu
It is a book with very good sketch and cute story. The little dragon learns to make friends with all other animals and human. They play together, work together, and finally get the champion of dragon boat match.

My son, 21 month old, loves the animals, all 12 Chinese zodiac. He likes to point to the animals and name each of them. I guess it is the beautiful colors attract my son.
Dancing Lion
Yet another creative and inspiring story from the Tales of the Chinese Zodiac series to ring in the Lunar New Year--Dom the Dragon and his pals give new meaning to dragon boats! The Tales of the Chinese Zodiac series has become a Lunar New Year tradition in our house, and my children look forward to each new book every year. Of course, this year's book was yet another favorite, and they still enjoy reading it even though the new year rang in months ago. They also enjoy "The Year of the Dragon" app (Mobad Games) on itunes. Three cheers for the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac series!
Nuadora
I book this book because my son was born in the year of the dragon. I love the illustrations in this book and my son enjoys it being read to him and looking at the pictures, even my 3 older boys enjoy reading this book.
anonymous
I bought this book because my daughter was born in the year of the dragon. It's a cute little book with great underlying life lessons. Well written and easy to understand with beautiful illustrations.
I liked the story for the attributes it has within it but I guess I expected a little more based on critic's reviews. Still nice to read with children and the art is great to look at.

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