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How Mouse Gave His Name to the First Year

By: Li, Ya Chun Li, Ya Chun(Illustrated by) Preece, Roy(Edited by) Hu, Su-Yen(Translated by) Barrett, Abbie(Read by) Cheng, Xue(Read by)

Part of the Stories of Animal Signs series
1908350474 / 9781908350473
Mixed media product
01/05/2016
Usually dispatched within 2 weeks
United Kingdom
216 x 279 mm, 200 grams 32 pages, 32
Children's (6-12)  Learn More Preschool (0-5)

This is the most well-known legend in the Eastern world about how the Animal Zodiac started.

It is the first book of our Stories of Animal Signs series.

This book begins with the legend of how cats and mice became mortal enemies.

We also learn how thinking outside of the box secured the victory for Mouse.

This story is similar to the Tortoise and the Hare which teaches us: slow and steady wins the race.

In the case of Mouse, creative thinking gave him the upper hand against the bigger and faster animals to become the sign of the first Chinese year.

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