Perfect for the little one who loves to EAT! Nom nom.
A hungry little snake is on a walk. He spies a round apple and happily swallows it, and the shape of the apple bulges from his belly. The next day while out on a walk, he discovers a bunch of bananas and swallows it, and the shape of the bananas bulges from his belly again. The pattern repeats each day with a different food, until one day, the little snake finds an apple tree. What will happen next?
Note: Book binding is intentionally set on the right.
Recommended for Ages: 0-6
Language: Simplified Chinese
Translated by: 彭懿
Lovely and humorous illustrations and the repetition makes for good engagement of toddlers just starting to learn the language!
This was one of the first chinese books I purchased for my kids because I thought it would be easy enough to enjoy.
And they did! We’ve been reading it daily! Hoping that this book would help to spark greater interest in other chinese books.
Had been having issues getting my 3yo to like chinese (read/ communicate etc). But this book, precisely because it’s so simple + nice graphics, it helps my child got interested in listening to chinese stories now. Reading 4th day in a row!