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by Joyce M. W. Jenkin,Sandra S. Yamate

  • Author: Joyce M. W. Jenkin,Sandra S. Yamate
  • ISBN: 1879965003
  • ISBN13: 978-1879965003
  • ePub: 1380 kb | FB2: 1452 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Highsmith Inc (May 31, 1991)
  • Pages: 24
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 686
  • Format: rtf docx txt lrf
Char Siu Bao Boy ePub download

Sandra S. Yamate (Author), Joyce M. W. Jenkin (Illustrator)

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Charlie, a Chinese American boy, tries to convince his friends at school that his favorite food, char siu bao, tastes good even though it looks strange to them
I ordered this in December for my niece and just recently placed an order for myself after my sister in law told me that they loved it! One of the aunties had given my sister in law a char siu bao that day and she put it into the fridge thinking "No one's gonna eat this!" But then they read the book to my niece and she instantly wanted to eat a char siu bao! Luckily they had one on hand! She loved the char siu bao and the book! I had sent her a collection of books from amazon all chinese children's books and I'm eternally grateful that my niece now has a newfound grasp of her heritage! If you are asian american or have adopted an asian child- please get these books while they're still in print! I'm terrified that i won't get a copy of this to read to my future children!
This is a great book, for children and parents alike. Favorite of both of my children. Great book for any child --- not just Asian-American......
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I think this book is a wonderful story to teach children that it is okay to embrace things about their own culture that might be perceived as "different" to others. I am a social worker and besides reading it to my daughter, I will be using this in the classrooms to help generate discussion about diversity, uniqueness, differences, and problems solving. Also, this book is recommended by the Anti-Defamation League on their bibliotherapy list - which I greatly rely on to choose books that teach children important values and lessons.

Also, being Chinese I appreciate that their is finally a recommended children's book that I can relate to and share with my own daughter. I highly recommend it - Happy REading!
This is a very cute story that helps young children to expand their knowledge about other kids' culture through the common bond of food. Though the dialogue was a bit on the manufactured side, the pictures were bright, engaging, and ethnically accurate. Overall, Yamate creates a story that encourages acceptance and open-mindedness. As a bonus, she includes the recipe for readers to try, a great bonding opportunity for young readers and their adult counterparts.
I found the book in the library and read it to my 5-year old daughter. She liked it immediately. The illustration and the story are the best. It is important not only to teach kids to take pride in their own culture, but also to appreciate othe countries' culture. The book provided a very good example to both kids and their parents. It was a light-hearted reading experience.
Although this book would be fun for a child, the theme of not pre-judging is almost too obvious. The pictures are light-hearted, almost cartoon-like. The dialogue seems forced, not the way a child would speak. I don't think that this is a poorly written story, it's a nice read. It also includes the recipe for your own enjoyment and experience.
I was so glad to see this book back in print. I love it. It has the best message (about sharing one's culture). My kids had the first edition when they were little and it was their favorite story. My son took it to school and his teacher still asks to borrow it to read to her class every year.
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