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Discover the history of Imperial China - from the Great Wall to the days of the last emperor Here is a spectacular and informative guide to the...
The Children of China
Song Nan Zhang is a remarkable artist with a remarkable personal story. His autobiography is told (and illustrated) in his other highly recommended...
The Silk Route: 7,000 Miles of History
Silk has long been considered a symbol of wealth and luxury. But thousands of years ago, the production of silk cloth was one of China's most prized...
Adventures in Ancient China
Join the Binkertons — twins Josh and Emma and their little sister Libby — as they return to the Good Times Travel Agency and end up knee-deep in an...
Here is a spectacular and informative guide to the history of the great Chinese empire and the customs and traditions of its people. Stunning...
The Great Wall
Imagine a wall 30 feet high, a wall thousands of miles long, a wall that crossed deserts and climbed over impossibly jagged peaks, a wall that...
The Magic Horse of Han Gan
The Magic Horse of Han Gan is a wonderful picture book which retells a famous legend from medieval China (Tang dynasty) who lived from 742 to 783. He...
The Seven Chinese Sisters
Once there were seven Chinese sisters who lived together and took care of each other. Each one had a special talent. When baby Seventh Sister is...
Rebels of the Heavenly Kingdom
Rebels of the Heavenly Kingdom is an engrossing fictional account of a young peasant boy caught up in the Taiping Rebellion, which rocked China from...
God's Chinese Son
Whether read for its powerful account of the largest uprising in human history, or for its foreshadowing of the terrible convulsions suffered by...
The Greenleaf Guide to Old Testament History
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