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Chineasy for Children

ShaoLan Noma Bar

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Thames & Hudson
01 March 2018
Early learning: first word books; Educational: Languages other than English; Languages & ESL; Chinese - Children's Texts; Chinese - Writing Skills; Chinese - Languages
Series: Chineasy
Chineasy for Children makes learning Chinese fun and simple. The book features playful illustrations by Noma Bar that relate each character’s shape to its meaning, alongside games and activities to make learning interactive. Introductory spreads explain how Chinese is written in pictograms―characters that form building blocks for other words and sentences. Subsequent spreads feature lively scenes that help children to recognise over 100 Chinese characters. The book is organised by themes such as numbers, family, animals and food, each section covering vocabulary within that topic. Stories about the development of characters and customs provide the perfect introduction to Chinese culture, while games and activities allow children to put into practice what they have learned.
By:   ShaoLan, Noma Bar
Imprint:   Thames & Hudson
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 277mm,  Width: 208mm, 
Weight:   580g
ISBN:   9780500651216
ISBN 10:   0500651213
Series:   Chineasy
Pages:   80
Publication Date:   01 March 2018
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Language:   Chinese
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Chineasy for Children

'Stories about the development of characters and customs provide the perfect introduction to Chinese culture, while games and activities allow children to put into practice what they have learned' - Parent Talk 'Great fun, and not just for children' - The Lady 'A beautiful and fascinating introduction' - i news 'ShaoLan demystifies Chinese characters through attractive graphics and imaginative activities. A very engaging book for young learners of Chinese' - James Trapp, Primary Network Coordinator University College London, IOE, Confucius Institute for Schools


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