The Day the Dragon Danced: Childrens book, Bedtime stories, Picture book about Chinese New Year

The Day the Dragon Danced: Childrens book, Bedtime stories, Picture book about Chinese New Year By Kay Haugaard Carolyn Reed Barritt, ForeWord Magazine 2006 Book of the Year Finalist2007 Paterson Prize for Books for Young PeopleBank Street Best Children s BooksA multicultural celebration of our American melting pot through exuberant storytelling and equally colorful and lively paintings Focuses on important themes such as diversity, multicultural awareness, global holidays, and Sugar and her GrandmaForeWord Magazine 2006 Book of the Year Finalist2007 Paterson Prize for Books for Young PeopleBank Street Best Children s BooksA multicultural celebration of our American melting pot through exuberant storytelling and equally colorful and lively paintings Focuses on important themes such as diversity, multicultural awareness, global holidays, and Sugar and her Grandma are going to the Chinese New Year s Day parade, but Grandma is skeptical about New Year s in February and scary dragons Sugar has learned all about what to expect from her teacher Miss Peng, though, and is than ready to try dragon beard s candy and watch her daddy dance in the New Year s dragon.Finally, after all the other floats drive by, the huge red and gold dragon pokes his head around the corner and dances down the street Sugar tries to remember which shoes are her daddy s, and realizes the dragon isn t dancing so well Sugar s quick thinking saves the day and the dragon s dance, and everyone in the community is ready to celebrate the new lunar year As the dragon dancers emerge from beneath the dragon, Sugar recognizes her neighbors, including shopkeeper Mr Chu, barber Mr Johnson, teacher Mr Gonzalez, and her own African American daddy.. The Day the Dragon Danced Childrens book Bedtime stories Picture book about Chinese New Year ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Finalist Paterson Prize for Books for Young PeopleBank Street Best Children s BooksA multicultural celebration of our American melting pot through exuberant

  • Title: The Day the Dragon Danced: Childrens book, Bedtime stories, Picture book about Chinese New Year
  • Author: Kay Haugaard Carolyn Reed Barritt
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  • Page: 289
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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