The most anticipated entry in the series by Huang Beijia.
It is the latest novel by Huang Beijia, following the style of her beloved work The Tenderest Eyes.
It is a story of a group of kids growing up in a rather poor neighborhood in China during the 1970s. Though they have experienced much hardships and indifference in the process of growing up, those unforgettable and precious childhood memories give them the purest children’s eyes to view the world.
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Huang Beijia was born in June 1955 in Rugao County, Jiangsu Province. In 1977 she entered Beijing University to study Chinese. She is now a writer of Jiangsu Writers Association. Her publication has mounted to over 4 million Chinese characters, among which half a million are for children. Her novels for children are Boat, Small Boat, A Song for Mother, When Reed Catkins Are Flying, A Sea Far Away. Two children’s TV films were adapted from her novels and won international awards. Some of her novels and stories have been translated into french ,Japanese , Russian and Korean. She has won several excellent children’s literature awards in Jiangsu and Shanghai. Her novel I’ll Be a Good Girl won a “Five ‘One’ Project Award” issued by the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party.