We Live in China Children Around the World by Pascal Pilon, Elisabeth Thomas
  

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We Live in China Children Around the World by Pascal Pilon, Elisabeth Thomas

How are children around the world different from us? How are they the same? In this series, readers will learn about each country's traditions and history, as well as how kids around the world spend their daily lives. In China, we meet Meihua (a girl from Beijing), Shuilin (from a smaller province of China), and Sem Dui (a boy from Tibet). Through each of these children, we learn about China's school system, traditions, history, religion, and culture - just from spending a day with them. With illustrations and photographs throughout, featuring some of the most important architecture and historical figures of the region, this book provides a great introduction to another culture.

About the Author

Elizabeth Thomas was born in 1960 in Paris. After completing a degree in Chinese, she taught French at Tamkiang University in Taipei. She now lives in southwest France, where she still teaches French.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
56 pages
Interest Age: 8-12

Author

Pascal Pilon, Elisabeth Thomas
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Publisher

Harry N. Abrams, Inc. an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

29th September 2006

ISBN

9780810921306


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