Tales of a Chinese Grandmother

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Doubleday, Doran, 1937 - Folklore - 261 pages
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An aged Chinese grandmother tells some Chinese folk tales and legends to her grandchildren.

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Review: Tales of a Chinese Grandmother: 30 Traditional Tales from China

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Started reading this aloud to the kids, then realized how tedious it is! I liked it as a child mostly because of the exotic cultural details, but now it seems ethnocentric, even racist, though not on ... Read full review

Review: Tales of a Chinese Grandmother: 30 Traditional Tales from China

User Review  - Zoe - Goodreads

Started reading this aloud to the kids, then realized how tedious it is! I liked it as a child mostly because of the exotic cultural details, but now it seems ethnocentric, even racist, though not on ... Read full review

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CHAPTER PAGE I Inside the Bright Red Gate
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How Pan Ku Made the World
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Ill The Sisters in the
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