Picture Books About Friendship
Picture Books about China and Chinese Culture Multicultural Retellings of Fairy Tales Picture Books by Asian Authors
Amy loves to eat bao and wants to make it just as well as the members of her family can. But her bao keeps turning out lopsided, broken, or just plain wrong. Sometimes, it takes help from others and a lot of practice to learn how to do something new!
A great way to introduce the history of fortune cookies and their integral part in Chinese culture. Mei Mei discovers that her fortunes, as told by the cookies, are really coming true!
Pan de Sal Saves the Day by Norma Olizaon-Chikiamco
Pan de Sal doesn’t feel like the best or brightest at anything. In fact, she finds herself ugly, shy, and strange. It’s only when her classmates need her and she steps up to the challenge that Pan de Sal realizes that she has within her everything she needs to achieve her dreams.
Yoko by Rosemary Wells
Yoko loves packing her favorite lunch of sushi before school each morning, but begins to feel embarrassed when her classmates make fun of her meal. Through some conversations with her mother, Yoko learns to embrace and appreciate all things about her Japanese heritage, including the delicious sushi!