On the Chinese New Year, six-year-old Ernie will perform his first Lion Dance. An intimate look at a Chinese household as the family shares a proud moment with Ernie. "A strong supplement for its immediacy, its vibrant color, and its sympathetic look at a Chinese family".--School Library Journal. A Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies.
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Review: Lion Dancer: Ernie Wan's Chinese New YearUser Review - Brooke Devarennes - Goodreads
I put this book in my Art shelf because there are opportunities to create Chinese New Year traditional decorations. Also, instead of illustrations there is photography. This book is about what an ... Read full review
Review: Lion Dancer: Ernie Wan's Chinese New YearUser Review - Bart Everson - Goodreads
This is a children's book about a young boy in New York City who is learning to participate in an ancient Chinese cultural tradition. It is illustrated with lots of photographs, and I believe it is ... Read full review
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