We’re back once again with our monthly culture link up! It’s scary to say that even my children are telling me that this year is already flying by! Each year the children look forward to attending local Chinese New Year celebrations, which tend to be much more family-friendly than the December 31st celebrations. We’re just waiting to hear about the actual date and location to this year’s festivities. In the meantime, we’ll be reading up on the Chinese zodiac and and the year of the dog. If you’re looking for some good child-friendly reads about this important festival, this month I’m featuring Chinese New Year Books for children.
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Here’s My Favorite Chinese New Year Books post:
With the Chinese New Year coming up quickly, this post by Miss Panda Chinese caught my eye with her Chinese Culture for Kids series featuring 12 Chinese New Year books for children!
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