• Children's & YA
      June 2016

      Gan Jiang and Mo Ye

      by Cai Gao

      Gan Jiang and Mo Ye were husband and wife of blacksmith in ancient China. They spent three years casting two superexcellent swords. Gan Jiang presented one of them to the king, however, the king put him to death because he didn’t present the other one

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      Snail Girl

      by Cai Gao

      Once upon a time, there was a poor young man who lived alone. One day, he picked up a snail on the riverside and took it home. Since then, he could see a table of hot meal as long as he came back home. He was surprised to find that all these were cooke

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      Fox Spirit Qing Feng

      by Cai Gao

      An ancient scholar surnamed Geng fell in love with a girl named Qing Feng, but he was blocked by Qing Feng’s father. Several months later, he met Qing Feng again by an occasional chance and learned that she was a fox spirit. But this man didn’t mind, h

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      King Lear

      by Cai Gao

      King Lear was a famous tragedy of Shakespeare — King Lear was partial to his eldest daughter and second daughter because of their sweet words, however, these two daughters banished their father after they got his whole property. The third and youngest

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      The Little Mermaid

      by Cai Gao

      The Little Mermaid is a representative of Andersen’s fairy tales. As the heroine, the little mermaid is one of the most classic characters of fairy tales. With full emotions, Cai Gao illustrated the beauty of the sea, as well as the pathos in the littl

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      The Legend of Qin Hou

      by Cai Gao

      Ethnic Tujia, one of Chinese minorities, has a hero named Qin Hou, who was born supernaturally and gifted with amazing power. When Qin Hou grew up, he assassinated the emperor with three magic arrows in order to revenge for his parents, but failed. The

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      Feather Robe

      by CAI Gao

      Feather Robe is an interesting tale of ethnic Miao, a Chinese minority. It tells a story that a beautiful woman called Cai came out from a painting and married the painting’s owner, a laborious and honest youngster. The emperor of that time attem

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      The Moon: A Glutinous Rice Cake in the Sky

      by Cai Gao

      The Moon: a Glutinous Rice Cake in the Sky is a classic nursery rhyme of Cai Gao’s hometown — the Changsha city of China , until now it is still sung by children. This nursery rhyme compares the moon to a round-shaped glutinous rice cake, and then launche

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      The Story of Birth

      by CAI Gao

      The Story of Birth is quite unique among Cai Gao’s works. This is the latest picture book of Ms. Cai, both its words and illustrations were created by herself. In this book, she describes the process of a baby' s birth by wax crayon, depicting th

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer

      by Zheng Ma;Cai Gao

      This series is aimed at children aged from 3 to 8 years old, and contains 45 fables in 10 volumes, which are selected from excellent ancient Chinese fables. There are stories implying metaphorical philosophy of life, such as Be There Just to Make Up th

    • Children's & YA
      June 2016

      Going with the Moon

      by CAI Gao

      Going with the Moon is a nursery rhyme spreading in the Changsha city of China. Taking the moon as a clue, it describes the scene where three sisters do up their hair in the moonlight. Its words and illustrations give off a lively taste of life.

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