Lunar (Chinese) New Year

Every year many of the peoples living in the far east celebrate the lunar new year with several days of festivities. Special foods are made, there are parties, new clothes are bought, and there are parades and fireworks displays. It is a loud and joyous time.
A New Year's Reunion

A New Year's Reunion

Yu Li-Qiong
Illustrator:  Zhu Cheng-Liang 
Picture Book
For ages 4 to 7
Candlewick Press, 2011   ISBN: 978-0763658816
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D Is for Dragon Dance

D Is for Dragon Dance

Ying Chang Compestine
Illustrator:  Yongsheng Xuan 
Picture Book
For ages 5 to 7
Holiday House, 2005   ISBN: 978-0823418879
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New Clothes for New Year’s Day

New Clothes for New Year’s Day

Ying Chang Compestine
Picture Book
For ages 4 to 8
Kane/Miller, 2007   ISBN: 978-1933605296
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Happy, Happy Chinese New Year!

Happy, Happy Chinese New Year!

Demi
Nonfiction Picture Book
For ages 4 to 7
Random House, 2003   ISBN: 978-0375826429
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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

Judith Jango-Cohen
Illustrator:  Jason Chin 
Nonfiction
For ages 5 to 8
Lerner, 2005   ISBN: 1575057638
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The Dragon New Year: A Chinese Legend

The Dragon New Year: A Chinese Legend

David Buchard
Illustrator:  Zhong Yang Huang 
Picture Book
For ages 6 to 9
Peachtree Publishers, 1999   ISBN: 1561452106
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The Cable Car and the Dragon

The Cable Car and the Dragon

H. Caen
Illustrator:  B. N. Byfield 
Picture Book
For ages 4 to 6
Chronicle Books, 1986   ISBN: 978-0877013907
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A gift

A gift

Yong Chen
Picture Book
For ages 5 to 8
Boyds Mills Press, 2009   ISBN: 978-1590788981
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