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The Chinese New Year

Cheng, Hou-Tien.

The Chinese New Year

by Cheng, Hou-Tien.

  • 226 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Cheng Hou-tien.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20326930M
ISBN 100805002367
OCLC/WorldCa2137007

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In this picture book celebrating Chinese New Year, animals from the Chinese zodiac help a little girl deliver a gift to her grandmother. Ruby has a special card to give to her grandmother for Chinese New Year. But who will help her get to grandmother’s house to deliver it? Will it be clever Rat, strong Ox, or cautious Rabbit?Author: Bookroo.   Published on *Peppa Pig - Peppa's Chinese New Year* Peppa and her friends are excited to celebrate Chinese New Year. They .

  This Chinese New Year book is about the the fictional Nian monster that visits at the New Year. The main character, Xinling, has to outsmart the monster to save Shanghai. This pre-intermediate (~words) book is part of the Chinese Library Series, written in simplified Chinese . Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a Scholastic book list featuring Lion Dancer, The Year of the Dog, Gung Hay Fat Choy, and PoPo's Lucky Chinese New Year. Lunar New Year is celebrated all over the world and is a time to focus on family, traditions, and culture.


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