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I Can Eat with Chopsticks




I Can Eat with Chopsticks

By  
Lin Xin (Author)

Shanghai Press, 2018
£12.99
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Hardcover
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    About this book

This beautifully illustrated bilingual Chinese storybook tells the story of how chopsticks came to be.One day Xiao Mo brought home a piece of bamboo stick that she picked up from the forest. The little bamboo stick helped Mom to pick out vegetables from a bowl of hot soup, helped Xiao Mo to gather the remaining rice in her bowl, and helped Dad to stir eggs. However, the capable little bamboo stick felt helpless when he tried to pull out noodles from a bowl. Therefore, Xiao Mo found him a helper. With two bamboo sticks working together, they were able to cut buns into halves, pick up vegetables and do many other chores. With Dad's help, the two bamboo sticks had a new look, and over time, they became today's well-known chopsticks!
 
    About the author

Having established Sanmu Tang Studio in Shijiazhuang in 2003, Lin Xin specializes in the design and drawing of illustrations for children's books. He has had over ten books published, such as Celebrating Chinese Festivals and Chinese Zodiac Animals in Chinese and English.
 
    Details
 
ISBN: 9781602204522
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 42
Sizes: 248x241mm
Publication: 4/2018
Weight: 437g
Languages:
English



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