H Is for Hong Kong: A Primer in Pictures #2020

H Is for Hong Kong: A Primer in Pictures Tricia Morrissey Elizabeth Briel H Is for Hong Kong A Primer in Pictures Taking the classic primer on an international journey H is for Hong Kong teaches children to read as well as understand a new culture Each page is written in English and Chinese including Chinese ch

  • Title: H Is for Hong Kong: A Primer in Pictures
  • Author: Tricia Morrissey Elizabeth Briel
  • ISBN: 9781934159132
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Hardcover
  • H Is for Hong Kong: A Primer in Pictures Tricia Morrissey Elizabeth Briel Taking the classic primer on an international journey, H is for Hong Kong teaches children to read as well as understand a new culture Each page is written in English and Chinese, including Chinese characters Simple, playful, and evocative language describes elements of daily life in Hong Kong Children will advance their language skills while learning about trams, roostTaking the classic primer on an international journey, H is for Hong Kong teaches children to read as well as understand a new culture Each page is written in English and Chinese, including Chinese characters Simple, playful, and evocative language describes elements of daily life in Hong Kong Children will advance their language skills while learning about trams, roosters, chess players, fishermen, lapdogs, shoe repairmen, street sweepers, and Every page also features a hand tinted cyanotype photograph of a typical Hong Kong scene, making this book a pleasure not only for children, but also for their parents, teachers, librarians, and Hong Kong aficionados of all ages.
    H Is for Hong Kong: A Primer in Pictures Tricia Morrissey Elizabeth Briel

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    1. As an introduction to Mandarin for the child who might already be speaking a little of the language, or exposed to it, and who you might want to have them get introduced to some of the characters, this is a great little book the illustrations are watercolors, and very pretty but not bold colored or well suited for the very young the content is things you would find in Hong Kong, and it is written at the level of mid grammar school in terms of interesting content.

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