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Book Spotlight: This is the Greatest Place! by Brian Tse

Greatest PlaceThis is the Greatest Place! The Forbidden City and the World of Small Animals By Brian Tse

About the Book: Rabbit is eating breakfast with his friends Baby Squirrel, Young Porcupine, and Little Brother Panda when an unexpected visitor arrives. He is a master builder, searching for inspiration to design a great palace for the Emperor of China. Together, Uncle Builder and the little animals explore how nature supplies us with the wonders that enrich our lives. Created by internationally renowned children’s book artists Brian Tse and Alice Mak, this book teaches children about Chinese architecture, how nature’s influence can be seen around us, and how people and animals can live together in harmony. The illustrations capture both the majesty of the natural world and the Forbidden City and are enhanced by interactive components for readers, including a gatefold spread and lift-flaps.

Age Range: 4 and up
Grade Level: Preschool – 2
Hardcover: 44 pages

Cost: $9.32

Brian Tse and Alice Mak are beloved the world over for their heart warming and educational stories for children. They are the creators of the iconic cartoon characters McMug and McDull, who have been featured in numerous award-winning works including books, comics, television shows, and movies.

Ben Wang (translator) is a senior lecturer in humanities at China Institute, an instructor of Chinese at the United Nations, and guest lecturer at numerous prestigious academic and cultural institutions.

October 27, 2014 - Posted by | Author and Book Spotlight | , , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. This looks very sweet.

    Comment by kelly @kellyblackwell | October 27, 2014 | Reply

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