By: Neil Gaiman & Adam Rex, 邢培健
Originally Published in: United Kingdom
Language: Simplified Chinese
Pages per book: 32
Lines per page: 1-2
Price per book: $13.83
New York Times bestselling children's books now available in Simplified Chinese! This 3-book set includes the following titles: 《喷嚏大王阿秋》 (pēn tì dà wáng ā qiū)， Chu's Day, 《学校里的惊喜》(xué xiào lǐ de jīng xǐ ) Chu's First Day of School, 《阿秋的海边奇遇》(ā qiū dí hǎi biān qí yù) Chu's Day at the Beach ; Neil Gaiman & Adam Rex
Meet everyone's favorite sneezing panda, Chu! He will make your child laugh out loud! These New York Time bestselling books from Newbery Medal winner Neil Gaiman and accomplished illustrator Adam Rex are a must-have for any Chinese book collection.
Masterfully translated into Chinese, these books' everyday language is simple enough for young Chinese beginners, while the books' humorous illustrations still hold the attention of older more advanced learners.
《喷嚏大王阿秋》 (pēn tì dà wáng ā qiū)， Chu's Day
Chu is a little panda with a big sneeze. When Chu sneezes, bad things happen. As Chu and his parents visit the library, the restaurant, and the circus, he feels the familiar tickle in his nose. What big, bad things will happen?
《学校里的惊喜》(xué xiào lǐ de jīng xǐ ) Chu's First Day of School
Chu goes to school for the first time. Chu is nervous and does not want to say anything when everyone else introduces themselves. But...wait...What is that enormous sneeze? Chu finds a way to overcome his first day of school jitters. "Everyone likes me," he said, "School is wonderful".
《阿秋的海边奇遇》(ā qiū dí hǎi biān qí yù) Chu's Day at the Beach
Chu and his family are at the beach! Chu wears his adorable sunglasses and is having fun. He plays in the sand, wades in the water and eats an ice cream cone. Chu takes off his sun glasses to enjoy the sun... There goes that tickle in his nose... What happens when Chu sneezes at the beach? And what happens when he doesn’t?
Is my child ready for this set?
"Read to me":
Children age 3+ will enjoy having these books read to them.
"Read by myself":
The limited text per page and the prevalence of common, repetitive language from daily life, makes this series a good choice for beginning readers ages 3+.