Little Pear: The Story of a Little Chinese Boy, Part 2

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Harcourt, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 106 pages
41 Reviews
Little Pear is a young boy who lives in a small village in China. Although his story takes place long ago, he is much like any little boy today--always on the lookout for excitement and adventure!

Little Pear is just looking for fun, but he has a knack for finding trouble without even trying! Join him as he stows away to the fair in a wheelbarrow full of vegetables, nearly flies away on a kite, has a mishap with a firecracker, and is rescued from the river by a houseboat family.

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User Review  - Lindsay Weston - Goodreads

This book is just adorable. Lots of cute stories and my kids loved it because the main character is a little boy who gets into sticky situations and is a little too mischievous for his own good. Read full review

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User Review  - Rebecca - Goodreads

A nice little set of stories about a little boy in China and the mischief he gets into back when the world was a safer place. Full of references to Chinese culture. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

ELEANOR FRANCES LATTIMORE (1904-1986) was an American citizen born and raised in Shanghai. She began her career as an artist, but became known as the author and illustrator of more than fifty popular children's books. A number of her stories are based on her experiences growing up in China.

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