• Children's & YA
      September 2009

      A Little Dog

      by Chuan Yin

      LiLi and DiDi was a young couple. LiLi liked baking, and DiDi liked drawing. One day in June, they adopted a schnauzer puppy called Wanwan as its frizzle all over the body. From then on, they started having a funny and wonderful living. Note: give Our

    • Children's & YA
      September 2009

      Wan Wan’s World

      by Chuan Yin

      Wanwan grew up. It was funny, lovable, naughty, and tireless. It played tug-of-war with sheet, took sofa as abattoir, and urinated everywhere in home, etc. It made so many troubles to LiLi and DiDi. It scanned the world with puppy eyes, loved LiLi and

    • Children's & YA
      January 2018

      What do? Wan Wan

      by Chuan Yin

      Painting is more room than photos to image. The author, Yin Chuan, together with his wife and pet dog, Wan Wan, became the series’ characters. Out of perspective of two masters, it painted a little dog’s growing up, and brought you natural

    • Children's & YA
      August 2010

      Go Wan Wan Go

      by Chuan Yin

      Everyone would like to have a most perfect puppy. But did you know how hard to be a perfect puppy? LiLi said that it was a lovely monster with a mask of puppy, acting like a spoiled child with little temper. However, DiDi said that naughtiness makes it

    • Children's & YA
      September 2012

      Wan Wan’s Diary

      by Chuan Yin

      The Wan Wan series,has pure natural style, warm bright color. The pictures are so delicate that one couldn’t bear to put it down. Out of perspective of host and hostess, it describes a little dog’s growing up, and brings you natural smile t

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