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When Winnie and Wilbur decide to celebrate Chinese New Year, the party is going with a swing. But when Winnie waves her wand to make parade costumes for everyone, Wilbur goes missing. Will Winnie find him before the first firework lights up the sky?
Celebrate Chinese New Year and learn how every animal earned its place in the Chinese zodiac by taking part in the Great Race. Discover who will come first to win the ultimate prize, and why Cat will never forgive Rat, in this ancient folk tale.
Children will have lots of fun pulling, pushing and turning the mechanisms in this interactive book! Join in with the celebrations as the Lion and Dragon dance, enjoy a family banquet and watch the spectacular fireworks.
In this bilingual picture book a family prepares to celebrate the Lunar New Year and looks forward to the good luck they hope it will bring.
Kia Kaha sets off to celebrate Chinese New Year. He travels to China to experience the colours, food, sights, and sounds of this exciting time, celebrating with a good friend and making new friends along the way.
Mei must defeat the dragon Nian within 15 days or the dragon will be free forever! This retelling of the Nian legend has an original twist, while explaining the origins of Chinese New Year traditions.
Little Brother is told that he's too small to help out at the Spring Festival. Follow him through his village to see how he finds a way to join in!
It is Chinese New Year and Madame Gazelle is teaching the children all about the celebrations. Peppa, George and their friends make Chinese New Year cards, try tasty Chinese treats and take part in their very own dragon parade.
Mindy Kim is getting ready to celebrate Lunar New Year! Even though it's the first one without her mom, Mindy is determined to enjoy the day. She decides to make her favourite traditional Korean rice cake soup, but everything is going wrong!
As Ruby travels to her grandmother's house to take her a gift for Chinese New Year, she is joined by all of the animals of the zodiac.
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