At the Beach ePub download
by Huy Voun Lee
- ISBN: 0805058222
- ISBN13: 978-0805058222
- ePub: 1527 kb | FB2: 1852 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Geography & Cultures
- Publisher: Square Fish; Reprint edition (April 15, 1998)
- Pages: 32
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 118
- Format: mbr rtf rtf mbr
With amazing paper collage illustrations and Xiao Ming and his mother, this one includes the characters for person, big, small, sky, water, mountain, and sand.
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Visited this great little place at the weekend and had a lovely breakfast. Cute little cafe with a great host and warm atmosphere. Would definitely visit again. Date of visit: September 2015.
A mother amuses her young son at the beach by drawing in the sand Chinese characters, many of which resemble the objects they stand for. Notes. no page numbers in the book. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).
The Beach Hut, Newquay, Cornwall. Pan-Asian Plates at The Beach Hut - SaffronByTheSea. 25 Kasım, 22:43 ·. Herkese Açık. The Beach Hut. Bring in 2020 by the sea with The Beach Hut's New Year party. The evening starts with a three-course meal and a relaxed acoustic set.
Huy Voun Lee is the talented writer and illustrator of two other books in this series - "In the Park" and "In the Snow. I highly recommend all three. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. my daughter from China and I love all the books written by this author. We practice making Chinese symbols in the sand ourselves.
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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for At the Beach by Huy Voun Lee . A little boy and his mother go to the beach. There she teaches him how to make Chinese words by drawing pictures in the sand.
A little boy and his mother go to the beach. Young readers can learn ten Chinese characters in this wonderfully innovative picture book. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
Lee finishes the seasonal round begun with At the beach (1994) by taking a group of children to a farm in autumn, giving young Xiao Ming a chance to introduce the Chinese characters for "grain," "fire" and eight other nouns to his friends (and readers). The plot is never more than a pretext, but Lee's neat cut-paper collages, done with a mix of patterned and textured materials in warm browns and golds, capture that autumnal look and provide subtle, effective visual mnemonics for each letterform. As in previous outings, tables of the characters, English equivalents and.
A little boy and his mother go to the beach. There she teaches him how to make Chinese words by drawing pictures in the sand. Young readers can learn ten Chinese characters in this wonderfully innovative picture book.