Bedtime Stories for Fetal Education
The book features adaptations of classic Chinese stories to train the imagination. The book's interactive content is tailored for parents-to-be to make reading it more interesting.
The Sunflower Detachment traces the story of Moli, a young autistic girl, and her relationship with friends, teachers and students. With a fresh and lively voice, the novel follows Moli's own internal questioning and journeys through her moments of confusion and self-understanding. The book explores teenage psychology and makes readers feel love.
Winner of The Laurel Prize of Children's Books in 2016, The Sunflower Detachment was selected as a Monthly Valued Book in China and was also recognized as a 2016 Excellent Children's Literature National Publishing Project.
About the Author:
Shuashua is a member of Jiangsu Writer's Association and a lead writer for Nanjing Literature League. She has focused on works exploring teenage psychology and popular science for many years. Her works have been exported to Singapore and Malaysia.
Publisher: Phoenix Juvenile and Children's Publishing, Ltd
Paperback 240 pp
Coyright manager: Wu Xiaohong
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