Long Goes to Dragon School

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Yeehoo Press
Publish Date
Pages
36
Dimensions
10.8 X 10.7 X 0.5 inches | 1.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781953458506

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About the Author

Helen H. Wu is a children's book author and illustrator, as well as a translator and publisher. She is the author of "Tofu Takes Time," illustrated by Julie Jarema, and "Long Goes To Dragon School," illustrated by Mae Besom. Helen is the Publisher of Yeehoo Press, an independent children's book publisher based in San Diego, California. Fascinated by the differences and similarities between cultures, Helen loves to share stories that empower children to understand the world and our connections. Born and raised in Hefei, China, Helen moved to the US in her 20s. Currently, she resides in San Diego, California with her family. Find more about Helen at helenhwu.com.
Mae Besom began her career as a character designer in Sichuan, China after graduating from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. She then decided to embrace her love of illustrations and now works as a full-time children's illustrator. She uses traditional media--both pencil and watercolor--to create texture and light within her enchanting illustrations.

Reviews

"A story of diversity and inclusion." -Kirkus Reviews

"Long learns perseverance and self-acceptance, while his class learns a valuable lesson on cultural differences." -Booklist
"An insightful picture book in which a young dragon with unique abilities struggles to fit in." -Foreword Reviews"An entertaining and instructive way to introduce readers to a growth mindset, inclusivity, and self-belief." -The Children's Book Review

"Children, and especially those from minority cultures, will find encouragement in this endearing tale of a young dragon learning to love his unique gifts." -Livia Blackburne, New York Times bestselling author of I Dream of Popo

"A witty and charming book that conveys a message of inclusion and diversity in the most delightful way possible." -Eric Fan, The Fan Brothers, creators of The Night Gardener and Ocean Meets Sky

"Dragons from both the East and the West come together in a swirl of colors and discover their very own talents in a delightful way." -Bookworm for Kids