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Chinese New Year's Dragon
A festive account of one family’s Chinese New Year celebration. A little girl describes the preparations—everything from cleaning and shopping to food preparation and gifts—leading up to a magical Lunar New Year. In one dreamy sequence, the girl imagines herself in Ancient China, riding on a dragon, and watching the celebration unfold.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published January 1st 1994 by Aladdin
(first published June 1992)
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Sing, Rachel, and Shao Wei Liu. Chinese New Year's Dragon. Cleveland: Modern Curriculum, 1992. Print. Nonfiction. Chinese New Year’s Dragon is about a Chinese family that is celebrating the Chinese New Year and the Grandma tells the story of why the Dragon is important to the Chinese Culture. This story is very interesting with its facts and plot. It is a very informative story bringing in the story behind the Dragon while keeping the attention of children. China has a lot of history that cannot ...more