Chow Mein And Potstickers by Liselotte SchippersChow Mein And Potstickers by Liselotte Schippers

Chow Mein And Potstickers

byLiselotte SchippersIllustratorMonique Hout

Picture Books | June 23, 2017

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A great story to read to our preschoolers and beyond to promote the global village we call our world... .a solid addition to diversity collections." - Mom Read It blog Chan has moved to this street, all the way from China. He is going to explore the neighborhood, to meet new friends. But he never thought he would meet this many of them!The reader learns about the children and their parents, their favorite hobbies and their favorite meals. Each page concludes with a good-bye in the child's native language, and a short list of foreign terms. A book about making friends and learning about other cultures, filled with fun facts and new words. For children ages 5 and up. "
Liselotte Schippers (born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands) was working at a doctor's practice when she heard about the Inclusive Works prize for the best multicultural book. This inspired her to write Chow Mein and Potstickers. Monique van den Hout is an illustrator from The Netherlands. Her illustrations are not decorations, but bro...
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Title:Chow Mein And PotstickersFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:32 pages, 11.5 × 8.25 × 0.36 inPublished:June 23, 2017Publisher:ClavisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1605373281

ISBN - 13:9781605373287

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A great story to read to our preschoolers and beyond to promote the global village we call our world... .a solid addition to diversity collections." - Mom Read It blog "This should be required reading for students who are interested in living abroad. Fabulous." - Rogene Carter, educator "A great teaching book, about different cultures, as well as just a fun book to learn different ways to say hello and good bye... .Good book for libraries, and for home." - Laura Rinaldi, reviewer "A great book to use when learning about other countries. It would be a great one to use to introduce that unit. It could also be used when learning about community helpers and jobs. This is a great jumping off point before doing research projects or presentations on heritage. The students will love ending this unit with a heritage lunch showcasing their favourite foods." - Carla Johnson Hicks, educator "A wonderfully diverse book... that highlights a person's uniqueness as well as similarities." - Kristine Daniels, Librarian "