This charming board book is about a panda named Chu who learns that even young children are capable of big things. It will join Goodnight Moon as a bedtime favorite.
Dim Sum for Everyone
A family visits a dim sum restaurant and brings readers along to learn the names of all their favorite dishes.
Chinese and English Nursery Rhymes
This lovely multicultural book for kids pairs classic English-language nursery rhymes, stories and songs with their counterparts from China, organized into themes like Inside, Outside, Party and Play.
In English and Mandarin Chinese, this bilingual book of colors celebrates the natural world with simple concepts and beautiful, bold illustrations.
D is for Dragon Dance
The best Chinese-themed ABC book I’ve found. Includes the basics (“F is for Firecrackers”), along with great cultural notes (“Dragon dancers and firecrackers scare away evil spirits”). A real winner.
A young boy and his grandmother walk the streets of Chinatown visiting shops, markets and restaurants as the neighborhood celebrates Chinese New Year. A fun intergenerational story.
This book is about overcoming family language barriers when grandfather speaks Chinese and his multicultural American grandchildren do not.
Auntie Yang’s Great Soybean Picnic
Taiwanese parents who went to college in the U.S. raise their daughters and create an annual soybean picnic for Chicago’s Chinese American community.
Apple Pie 4th of July
A young girl works in her family’s Chinese market straddling two worlds on the most American of holidays.