• Children's & YA

      Fruit Rain

      by Zhi Qi

    • Children's & YA

      Chang Chang’s Silkworm

      by Shen Fuyu

      As the first metro picture book in China, Chang Chang’s Cicada, written by famous writer Shen Fuyu, is based on his daughter’s experience of raising cicada. It centers on environmental protection. This book is designed by renowned designer Zhu Yingchun. In order to emphasize the book is about environmental protection and portable, it is designed to be pocketsize, the so-called pocket book.

    • Children's & YA
      May 2012 - May 2022

      The Call of the Sky

      by Cao Wenxuan

      Dian Er is a swan that grew up in a flock of geese. He has a happy family, and a mother that loves him very much. When spring comes, he hears the call of the sky, and Dian Er can't stop himself from beating his wings and soaring off into the sky. But will he be able to leave his loving mother as well as his brothers and sisters behind? The book is a moving description of the conflict between natural instinct and emotions.

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      I’ll Be A Good Girl

      by Huang Beijia

      This is a novel that appeals to the kids as well as teachers and parents. It depicts the school and home life of a primary school pupil Jin Ling, and tells of how this quick-witted, kind-hearted and upright girl, who is soon to graduate with probably a middling record, strives with great efforts, and even with some “contentions” to be a “good girl” in order to satisfy her parents and teachers. It successfully creates some believable characters such as Jin Ling, her classmates, and many parents and teachers. With its well developed artistic plot and fluent language, which reflect the characteristics of the time and the rich flavor of life, the novel is not only vivid and touching, but also gives much food for thought.

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      Ai Wan’s Daffodil Ball

      by Huang Beijia

      After several years of conception and more than one year of writing, Huang Beijia, a famous children’s literature writer, has recently published her new dedication named 'Ai Wan’s Daffodil Ball' in Jiangsu Children Press. The story is set in China in the early 1980s. At that time, the country was like a sleeping giant who was about to wake up. It was easy for people to get lost in that restless, unstable society. This is the setting for the story of the eight-year-old Aiwan. She grew up quietly with her brothers and sisters in an ordinary family in the small town of Qingyang. The story of Aiwan's upbringing is the same as that of many other girls during that period. Her ordinary life style was peaceful and low-key, just like the daffodil in the conch pot, which would be satisfied even with just a little water, all the while sending out a gentle fragrance. Her philosophy of life was learnt from her own life experience in this family, instead of being taught by others. Hard and restrained as her childhood was, we could still imagine that once she grew up, she would discover the wings to fly out into this wide world, and her wealth of experiences would become her fortune, helping her to create a bright, amazing future.

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      A Kiss to My Mum

      by Huang Beijia

      A Kiss to My Mum is a novel that delves into the growth of a child from a single-parent family. The hero is a ten-year-old boy called Zhao Andi. He is Zhao Andi to his teacher, My Dear An to his father and Didi to his mother. At his father’s funeral, for the first time he sees his mother Shu Yimei, so beautiful as if she stepped down from a photo. At this gloomy moment Didi was pushed to an arduous cliff, on the other side of which is his mother Shu Yimei, blowing the scent of orange. The novel develops around the gradual emotional thaw of the boy and his mother. At first they cannot get along with and are watchful of each other. But distance gradually gives way to proximity and then to mutual understanding and harmony between the two on their way to the future. This is a story of a boy and his parents, singing high praise for children. It is also about our life, our minds and love. All the characters in the novel are very much realistic, including the boy of slight autism and the mother of slight depression. The atmosphere of modern life in the novel is achieved through the depiction of other characters such as the hero’s classmate and good friend Zhang Xiaochen, his sister Ke’er, his uncle Baolin and his English teacher Li Qinsong, a man of dubious identity, thus adding to the enjoyment of the book.

    • Children's & YA

      Children’s Eye

      by Huang Beijia

      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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      The Flower Petals Drop

      by Wang Miao

      Setting Beijing of 1920s as the background, the novel describes a story among three girls from different classes, whose names are Ye Jingzhi, Waner and Lu Aiyi. The novel draws an outline of the panorama of history and customs of ancient Beijing. Ye Jingzhi grows up in the southern China and follows her father who works in the Ministry of Foreign Affair to Beijing, and they rent a house in Aunt Guan's courtyard. Jingzhi's mother is constantly ill and her two younger brothers are too naughty and stubborn, so her life doesn’t go well at all. However, Jingzhi gradually adapts herself to the Beijing life, and forms a deep relationship with poor Waner and Lu Aiyi whose parents are officers with high rank.

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      Jin Sisters in Southern Village

      by Guo Jiangyan

      This is a story of children's growth, which describes the children finally walk out of the closed environment and set foot on broad road after they experience strong inner struggle. The heroines Jin Xiaoxi and Jin Xiaoliu live in a remote village in the mountains and they lead a simple, calm and boring life. The outside world doesn’t open to her until Xiaoxi comes across a city girl Tulan who escapes from kidnapping. She and other villagers help Tulan free from villains and gain freedom. The heroines also open their innocent and naive world and step forward to the wonderful future world. This novel has a strong power to make readers feel warm and touching.

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      The Battle of Protecing Eggs

      by Liu Hanqi

      The hen Lu Xiaohua has a poor memory and lays the eggs everywhere while the mouse Bi Shujia loves eating eggs very much and stares at Lu Xiaohua day and night. One day, Lu Xiaohua lays the eggs in the soybean field and the residents launch a battle of protecting the eggs. Has the eggs been protected? How is the end going? Come and open the book, and let's find out the answer together.

    • Children's & YA

      If you are energetic

      by Qian Haiyun/Wang Xiaoxiao

      The book introduces six dynamic professions, namely, football player, fireman, dancer, singer, fitness instructor and pilot. It appeals to young reader's energetic nature and leads them to right life philosophy.

    • Children's & YA

      If you want to find the truth

      by Qian Haiyun/Wang Xiaoxiao

      Professions like expert detective and policeman are filled with sense of justice. The book focuses on six professions that look for the truth. They are journalist, expert detective, plain clothes, lawyer, antique connoisseur and procurator. The book aims to help young readers plan their future career.

    • Children's & YA

      Wu Diudiu’s Adventure

      by Jin Bo

      This is a beautiful fairytale in which the beauty is penetrated with sorrow. The book centers on the cute puppet image of “Wu Diudiu”, and unfolds a beautiful, yet sorrowful adventure through the use of a fourteen line poem narrative technique with a linked beginning and ending. Wu Diudiu comes to life because he can bring children happiness. He cherishes the preciousness of life. He understands how to nourish life, and how to repay life with love…. Love lets Wu Diudiu come to life. Love makes the friendship between Wu Diudiu and the old poet sacred.

    • Children's & YA

      Talk with the tree

      by Jin Bo

      The book was a collection of prose by Jin Bo, a well-known children's literature writer. The author has devoted to children's literature creation for more than 50 years and produced a great many of classic prose. The book selected Jin’s works over the years. The articles of the book were written in standard modern Chinese. They are touching and graceful and are not just for young mothers but for adults to mouldtheir temperament. Many of the articles have been chosen by various Chinese textbooks in the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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      The Snow Fox in Changbai Mountains

      by Wang Lichun

      This is an essay collection describing the natural scenery of the Northeastern area. The author presents us the common animals living in the northeastern area, especially around Changbai mountains, such as manchurian tiger, roe deer, water buffalo. The author uses humorous writing style to describes a herd of animals which have a strong regional characteristics, and he also paints a vivid northeastern animal phase diagram.

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      Big Potato, the Pilot

      by Mei Zihan

      “Big Potato” is the nickname of the young boy, Dai Doudou. He loves to play pretend aeroplanes, and one day his friends gather in a large crowd, queueing up to be passengers in his 'plane'. They wait and wait, until they get bored and decide to play pretend trains instead. In the end they still set off together, headed toward Paris! This story of a group of friends playing a game is told from a child's viewpoint, showing their conversations and actions, revealing their thoughts and feelings. Full of childlike innocence and fun, it is sure to please the little ones!

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      Big Big Banana Rides a Dog

      by Mei Zihan

      An argument happens in the kindergarten: Big Banana said that he dares to ride a puppy down the street. Meanwhile, teacher kitty said that he once rode a tiger on the street. However, all this happens in their dreams. As a result, kids begin talking about all of their dreams…These lovely “nonsenses” are not lies, but really fairy tales in the eyes of a person who loves kids a lot. The book is written by famous children’s literature writer-Mei Zihan, and its stories are humorous and slightly naughty, and full of vivid illustrations. The book is painted by youthful painter-Bu Jiamei, and she deftly uses color to distinguish reality from imagination, which makes the book colorful and strongly expressive.

    • Children's & YA

      A Leak

      by Huang Ying

      Old Pa Wang raised a fat donkey. Both the thief down the hill and the tiger on the hill wanted it very much. In a dark night, the thief and the tiger came at the same time… However, they all ran into a terrible “Leak”! In horror, they ran away as soon as possible. Guess what is the terrible “Leak”?

    • Children's & YA

      The Old Tire

      by Jia Wei

      The tire walks a long distance with an off-road vehicle during summer days. Now he is old and he wants to travel alone. However, tripped by a rock stone at the beginning of his journey, he falls on the ground of grass. Soon, a lot of strange things take place….The Old Tire is a moving story about friendship and exploration in a journey. With a gentle brushwork of Zhu Chenliang, a renowned Feng Zikai Comic Award laureate, the book would take you into a subtle literary world with marvelous aesthetics.

    • Children's & YA

      The Mighty Tale at Night

      by Mei Zihan

      “Let Lilar keep dreaming. The dream is great.” What dream does little boy Lilar have? It is a mighty dream full of fun and excitement, where mom and dad play like children. In the dream, the happiness of childhood is celebrated.

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