• Children's & YA
      May 2012 - May 2022

      Streetlamp Number Eight

      by Cao Wenxuan

      Perched over a green-tiled street, streetlamp number eight watches life as it is plays out on the street below, as if with a pair of attentive eyes. Old codgers, dogs, aged women...they come and go, back and forth. The story is like a stage play, with

    • 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 w

    • Children's & YA
      May 2012 - May 2018

      The Clockwork Mouse

      by Cao Wenxuan

      The little boy Pica has a clockwork mouse, and it gains his love and affection by winning races. But before long, an electric mouse takes its place, and the clockwork mouse is put in the trash. Inadvertently, the mouse rolls under the sofa. When the re

    • Children's & YA

      Umbrella Over Berlin

      by Cao Wenxuan

      An umbrella goes to Berlin on holiday with its holder, but is left in the hotel because it doesn't rain. The person visits the Brandenburg gate, the Berlin Wall, and the Holocaust Memorial, but the poor old umbrella sees nothing. And so, on the last da

    • 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

      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.

    • Children's & YA

      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.

    • Children's & YA

      If you are creative

      by Qian Haiyun/Wang Xiaoxiao

      The book focuses on six inventive professions, namely, costume designer, construction engineer, photographer, film proptechnician, floral designerand cook. It will fully stimulate creative talent of young readers.

    • 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 are loving

      by Qian Haiyun/Wang Xiaoxiao

      Every child was born with kindness. The book focuses on six caring professions, namely, dentist, nurse, dog handler, kindergarten teacher, social worker, and picture book author. It aims to protect and cultivate goodness in young readers.

    • Children's & YA

      If you love adventure

      by Qian Haiyun/Wang Xiaoxiao

      Exploring unknown world and becoming a hero is a dream shared by children. The book introduces six adventurous professions, namely, archaeologist, diver, astronaut, traveler, rock-climber and seafarer to satisfy children's curiosity.

    • Children's & YA

      If you love studying

      by Qian Haiyun/Wang Xiaoxiao

      Children who love exploring and study are mostly dreaming of becoming chemist, translator, software engineer, medical expert, astronomer and botanists. The book scientifically introduces the six professions.

    • 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
      May 2017 - May 2018

      Genniao

      by Cao Wenxuan

      A girl falls into the valley from the cliff where she collects flowers. She appears in the dream of a young boy named Genniao. Genniao flies into the sky in search of his dream. The author describes wonderful scenes such as deserts, grasslands, mountains and valleys, villages, and small towns. The lad grows up between the reality and the fantasy, and is determined to make the dream as a horse to ride him through adolescence. He savors the taste of happiness in the midst of pain, and experiences trances, confusion, hesitation, consciousness, and eagerness, taking his courage to carry on.

    • Fiction
      April 2016

      Bronze and Sunflower

      by Cao Wenxuan

      A beautifully written, timeless tale by bestselling author, Cao Wenxuan, the 2016 recipient of the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award. When Sunflower, a young city girl, moves to the countryside, she grows to love the

    • Children's & YA

      The Girl and the Goat

      by Wang Yimei

      It is the story about county and city. The girl XiaoYue met a goat who was chasing the dandelion seed in the woods of the street garden. This is the only goat in the city, he had

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