013 A Chinese Heritage Threads Lesson with Jan McGrath
Cultural studies in picture books, Single mothers, Good food, and Blue Willow plates
Our Guest: Jan McGrath
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Featured books in this episode:
The Story About Ping by Marjorie Flack, illustrated by Kurt Wiese
Five Chinese Brothers by Claire Huchet Bishop, illustrated by Kurt Wiese
Gai See: What You Can See in Chinatown by Roseanne Thong, illustrated by Yangsook Choi
Little Pear by Eleanor Frances Lattimore and illustrated by Lattimore
Fish in the Air by Kurt Wise
Tikki Tikki Tembo by Arlene Mosel, illustrated by Blair Lent
To Grandmother's House: A Visit to Old-Town Beijing (English and Mandarin Chinese Edition) by Douglas Keister
Thank You, Meiling (A Manners Children's Book) by Linda Talley, illustrated by Itoko Maeno
Here are some other images related to the episode:
Calamityware (Ambre’s red mug)
“The Jasmine Song” a Chinese folk song traditionally known as “Mo Li Hua”
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