Through Chinese Peasant Art
By Tricia Morrissey and Ding Sang Mak
Everyday Life introduces children to the vibrant world created by Shanghai’s Jinshan artists. From a watermelon harvest to an autumn festival to a child’s winter game, vivid, friendly peasant art brings everyday life in rural China into our lives. Simple, rhythmic poems, presented in English, Chinese and Pinyin, beautifully accent each painting.
Everyday Life’s colorful, bustling illustrations will capture a child’s imagination, while descriptive English-Chinese bilingual text invites English and Chinese readers to enjoy the sweetness of each page.
Tricia Morrissey Ready
Tricia Morrissey Ready loves writing children’s books because as a child she loved reading them. Born on the edge of one continent (Nairobi, Kenya), she now lives on the edge of another (Vallejo, CA) with her wonderful husband Mark. When she is not reading or writing she enjoys sailing on the San Francisco Bay.
Ding Sang Mak
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.
2008, 6 1/2 x 10 inches; 32 pages; hardcover; color images