Everyday Life: Through Chinese Peasant Art

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ThingsAsian Press, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 36 pages

Describes in both English and Chinese the daily lives of peasants in China throughout the year, from practicing embroidery in spring to harvesting crops in summer and autumn and making snowmen in winter. Illustrated by vivid, friendly peasant art from Shanghai's Jinshan district.

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About the author (2008)

Tricia Morrissey was born in Nairobi, Kenya and spent her childhood in Africa, Greece, Iowa, Georgia and Kansas. She now lives in San Francisco where she writes and edits books for children.

Ding Sang Mak was born in Guangdong, China. He lived and worked in Hong Kong for 32 years, serving in the Hong Kong Government Civil Service. He now lives in Hawaii with his family and his hobbies include reading, Chinese calligraphy, literature and history. 

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