9781602209978

Ming's Adventure in the Mogao Caves

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  • ISBN13:

    9781602209978

  • ISBN10:

    1602209979

  • Edition: Bilingual
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2017-04-18
  • Publisher: Shanghai Book Traders

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Summary

With beautiful illustrations this multicultural children's book takes readers on a tour of China's most famous caves!

The sandstorm was blowing hard over the Gobi Desert. Xiao Ming got separated from his parents on their way to the Mogao Caves. As it was getting dark. Xiao Ming along with the other travelers who were separated from the group were huddling in the sand helplessly.

In the darkness of the Gobi Desert, Xiao Ming vaguely saw a little light flashing in the dust. The light got closer and closer and finally he saw a deer with nine shades of color in his fur. His antlers were as white as snow and his body was wrapped with a touch of bright light. The nine-colored deer told Xiao Ming to follow him.
The story unfolds with Ming being guided to the caves where ancient paintings and come to life!

Author Biography

Li Jian graduated from Hebei Normal University in 2001, majoring in Chinese painting. Formerly a middle school art teacher, editor for children's books, and partner in an illustration studio, he currently owns his own illustration studio focusing on children's fairy tales. He has also published The Water Dragon, The Little Monkey King's Journey, The Snake Goddess Colors the World, Ming's Adventure with the Terracotta Army, The Horse and the Mysterious Drawing, Ming's Adventure in the Forbidden City, Mulan: Retold in Chinese and English, Ming's Adventure with Confucius in Qufu, Zheng He, the Great Chinese Explorer, Ming's Kung Fu Adventure in the Shaolin Temple, Genghis Khan, the Brave Warrior Who Bridged East and West, Cang Jie, the Inventor of Chinese Characters, The Magical Rooster, and Cai Lun, the Creator of Paper.

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