Chinatown, Part 1997

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Macmillan, Sep 15, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages

Chinatown. City within a city. Home to street cobblers and herbalists, tai chi masters and kung fu students, outdoor fish markets and lots and lots of restaurants. And best of all, when the Chinese New Year begins there's a New Year's Day parade, complete with a lion dance.
Young readers will be equally fascinated by the tour of this colorful neighborhood--and by their tour guide and his grandma who live there.

 

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If you take a step back from it, this is a preposterous love story about two characters who should never get together, burdened the the story of a sick child and a troubled neighbor. But the cast ... Read full review

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Author/illustrator William Low explores the day-to-day life of New York City's Chinatown in this picture-book, using a young boy who spends most of his days with his grandmother as a narrator ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

William Low is the illustrator of Stargone John by Ellen Kindt McKenzie, Lily by Abigail Thomas, and Good Morning City by Elaine Moore. A graduate of the Parsons School of Design and a four-time winner of the Society of Illustrators silver medal, Mr. Low now teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, not too far from Chinatown. He lives with his wife, illustrator Margaret Hewitt, on Long Island, New York.