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    • Kid of Sun Village

      by Guo Jiangyan

      It was a cold morning when Grandpa, who picked wastes for a living, came across the most precious thing in his life—a baby. For an old childless couple, the baby is a gift from the gods. Though they were poor, they cared so selflessly about this little boy, who they later named Chouchou. When Grandpa and Grandma died, Aunt Kuihua, Mr. Cheng—headmaster of Chouchou’s school, and especially his homeroom teacher, Miss Zuo, took good care of him. His friends—timid Chen Ying, Jiang Daya, whose family suffered from misfortune, thoughtless Lin Sheng—with him. “Even if he was born in dirt, he lives in the sunshine bravely.”

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains

      by Zheng Ma;He Youzhi

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : Absolutely True

      by Zheng Ma;Miao Wei

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : King Xuan of Qi’s Bow

      by Zheng Ma;Zhang Peicheng

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : The Story of Lord Yeh Who Professed to Love Dragons

      by Zheng Ma;Fu Wenzheng

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : Be There Just to Make Up the Number

      by Zheng Ma;Ye Luying

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : A Narrow Escape

      by Zheng Ma;Su Taixi

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : The Story of a Man of Wu Kingdom Who Released the Ape

      by Zheng Ma;Zhou Xiang

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie

      by Zheng Ma;Han Shuo

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • 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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Picture Books of Ancient Chinese Fables : Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow

      by Zheng Ma;Zhu Chengliang

      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 the Number and Pulling up the Seedlings to Help Them Grow. There are stories of historical figures such as The Story of Qin Xiba Who Released the Deer and The Story of Zengzi Who Never Told a Lie. There are also stories that enlighten wisdom, such as Three at Dawn and Four at Dusk and Cutting the Pole into Lengths to Go Through the Gate. The whole series is mainly presented in the form of Chinese paintings, with tasteful binding art of modern picture books. The stories in each book are illustrated by famous contemporary Chinese painters, including He Youzhi, Han Shuo, Su Taixi, Cai Gao, Chu Chengliang, Zhou Xiang, Zhang Peicheng, Miao Wei, Ye Luying and Fu Wenzheng. Through reading such a set of books, children can know about the excellent traditional Chinese culture, feel the charm of Chinese culture after thousands of years of inheritance, thus inspiring their love for the country.

    • Children's & YA

      The Dinosaurs: Li An’s War in the Wild

      by Yang Yang;Zhao Chuang

      In the early Jurassic, in what is now Yunnan, China, the newly emerging dinosaurs were trying to explore the world, in an effort to make breakthroughs in numbers, species and geography. A Panguraptor named Li An after suffering from the sudden earthquake and the subsequent death of his parents, forged a deep friendship with a Yunnan dinosaur named Dian Zhi who accidentally saved him in the earthquake. The novel tells about the delicate and sincere friendship between Li An and Dian Zhi. With Li An’s company and encourage, Dian Zhi stepped out of the shadow of childhood and eventually became the local king.

    • Children's & YA

      The Dinosaurs: Er Ma’s Secret History in the Jungle

      by Yang Yang;Zhao Chuang

      In the late Jurassic, the dinosaurs in what is now Sichuan Province, China ushered in a golden age of development. Both species and numbers of dinosaurs had increased considerably. Among numerous groups, sauropod dinosaurs had seen especially rapid development. The novel tells the story of a Mamenchisauru named Er Ma in the sauropod dinosaur family. Abandoned by his parents, he misidentified a Tuojiangosauru named Qi Chuan as his father. Since then on, Er Ma and Qi Chuan had experienced a lot of fun things together. The true feelings between them was really moving.

    • The Dinosaurs: Gao Yuan’s Legend in the Sky

      by Yang Yang;Zhao Chuang

      In the early Cretaceous, in what is now Liaoning, China, the evolution of dinosaurs underwent a revolutionary change. A feathered dinosaur flew into the blue sky and successfully expanded its habitat. The novel tells the story of a little Microraptor named Gao Yuan, who was expelled from home by his father because of the death of his mother at birth. He experienced the process from inferiority to confidence, from anonymity to becoming the king of the family of Microraptors, but then losing everything due to his self conciet. Eventually, Gao Yuan forgave his father, made up with his old self, and found the most beautiful friendship with a little Microraptor named Xiao Ai.

    • The Dinosaurs: Lu Xiong’s Expedition on the Land

      by Yang Yang;Zhao Chuang

      In the late Cretaceous, in what now is Shandong, China, dinosaurs were at their peak, many species have been extinct, but some species have evolved to the extreme, such as the Tyrannosaurus Rex family. The novel tells about the twists and turns between the Tyrannosaurus Rex brothers named Lu Ying and Lu Xiong in the Tyrannosaurus Rex family. In spite of misunderstandings and even hatred, they finally forgave each other and with their courage and mutual trust succeeded in saving the plain on which they depended and the fellows on the plain.

    • When it was Windy and Snowy

      by Liu Hu

      In a Tibetan village among the Qilian Mountains, the only child of the old herdsman Khadro—Tsering, who was back from his university to the forest zones, was shot when he was trying to stop an illegal hunting. And the illegal hunter turned out to be Tsering’s friend, Dorje. Dorje’s parents died when he was a little boy. Khadro and his wife raised Dorje as their son. And he treated the couple as his parents. But that night, he made a huge mistake out of drunkenness and greed. Now, he had to leave his son, Gonpo Norbu. Khadro had intended to ignore the son of his enemy. But seeing this lonely little boy, the kind old man finally decided to take care of him. Meanwhile, a snow leopard found her kid killed by a she-wolf. The snow leopard was so angry and swore to take her revenge on the she-wolf, only to find that the wolf was killed by a hyena. The wolf cubs in the den aroused her mothering instinct and she decided to raise the wolf cubs. What happened after that?

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