Stories behind Chinese Idioms by Zheng Li

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Author
Zheng Li
Publisher
Shanghai Press
Date of release
Pages
48
ISBN
9781602209657
Binding
Hardcover
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Book review

By reading ancient Chinese myths in a fun story setting, kids will learn the meanings behind some of China's most famous idioms.

Chinese language has a very special category of Chinese idioms called chengyu, a unique style of idiom always told in four characters. Every idiom has a fascinating story behind it, sometimes drawn from history, and other times told as a parable. With great illustrations and characters, this full-color book will be perfect for your child's bedtime stories.

Chinese stories include:

  • Getting Out of the Jaws of Death
  • An Attempt to Scoop Up the Moon from a Well
  • A Bird Startled by the Mere Twang of a Bowstring
  • The Less a Man Has Seen, the More He Has to Wonder at
  • Waiting for More Hares by the Tree Stump


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