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Katrina Liu (Author), Heru Setiawan (Illustrator), Cantonese Mommy (Translator)

A Gift for Popo 俾婆婆嘅禮物 - A Bilingual Children's Book (Chinese Edition)

A Gift for Popo 俾婆婆嘅禮物 - A Bilingual Children's Book (Chinese Edition)

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This beautifully illustrated children's book celebrates Asian-Americans and all the grandmas out there. This story is about a little boy named Miles and his special bond with his Popo (grandma). It features a heart-warming everyday story about a Chinese-American family and includes several Chinese cultural references. It's Popo's birthday tomorrow! Miles wants to find the perfect gift for his beloved grandma. He spends the day searching for a gift that's just as great as his love for her. Will he be able to give her the perfect gift? Written in colliqual Cantonese, Jyutping and English. A free audio reading in Cantonese is also available at Mandarin editions in Simplified or Traditional Chinese edition and English only editions are also available.

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About the Author

Katrina Liu is an American-born Chinese mom and author living in San Francisco, California. Her goal is to add more Asian representation into the world of children's books. She's also written a variety of children's books including bilingual children's books in Chinese and English for non-native speakers. When her daughter, Mina, was born, Liu searched for well-illustrated, dual-language children’s books in Pinyin and English, but was surprised at how little she could find. Committed to giving Mina the opportunity to become bilingual, Liu created a series of children's books in Chinese and English. The stories focus on simple everyday dialogue with beautiful and engaging illustrations to introduce the Chinese language to young learners in a fun and easy way. Her goal is to continue to provide learning resources for non-native Chinese speakers who wish to foster dual-language skills with their children. Her books are available in both Simplified and Traditional Chinese and Cantonese and include an audio reading in Chinese.

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