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New Year by emma ugarelli
My selection for Chinese New Year's celebration.
Peppa’s Chinese New Year" (4-8 years old):
A fun and engaging story featuring Peppa Pig and her friends celebrating Chinese New Year. It incorporates activities like hanging lanterns, eating fortune cookies, and participating in a dragon dance, making it a lively introduction to the holiday for young readers.
"Dragon Dance" (ages 2-6):
A lift-the-flap book introducing the customs of Chinese New Year. Lift-the-flap books are interactive and can captivate young children's attention, making this a great choice for the younger age group.
"Maisy’s Chinese New Year" (3-7 years old):
This book involves Maisy and her friends celebrating Chinese New Year. The story includes beautiful gifts, lucky symbols, and a feast. The incorporation of a narrative about the significance of Chinese New Year adds an educational element to the story.
"Chelsea’s Chinese New Year" (5-8 years old):
Chelsea's family celebrates Chinese New Year, and the book explores the various ways people celebrate this special day. It provides a glimpse into the cultural traditions and festivities associated with Chinese New Year.
"Star Will Still Shine" (4-8 years old):
Written by a celebrated children's book author, this comforting book is designed to offer solace during challenging times. While not explicitly related to Chinese New Year, it may provide a meaningful and uplifting read, especially for children facing difficulties. The universal theme of family and celebrations adds depth to the story.
“Bringing In the New Year" (4-8 years old):
is a culturally rich and visually appealing book that introduces young readers to the traditions of the Chinese New Year. It may not align precisely with the theme of an absent parent returning, but it offers valuable lessons about family, celebration, and cultural diversity. The universal themes explored in the book make it a positive and enriching read for children.
Emma Ugarelli is my name. I grew up in Lima, Peru and immigrated to Canada two decades ago. I have a Psychology degree from Peru, and I worked as a psychologist for fifteen years. In Canada, I pursued Early Childhood Education and I have been a daycare provider for the last twenty years. I became a writer in 2021 when I published my first children's book "Lou and his Mane". I reside in Kitsilano, Vancouver, with my family and cat Ricky.