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Lon Po Po : a Red-Riding Hood story from China —Young, Ed, author, illustrator.

Three sisters staying home alone are endangered by a hungry wolf who is disguised as their grandmother.

Seven blind mice —Young, Ed, author.

In this retelling of the Indian fable, seven blind mice discover different parts of an elephant and argue about its appearance.

Nighttime ninja —DaCosta, Barbara.

"Late at night, when all is quiet and everyone is asleep, a ninja creeps silently through the house in search of treasure."--Provided by publisher.

Seven blind mice —Young, Ed.

In this retelling of the Indian fable, seven blind mice discover different parts of an elephant and argue about its appearance.

The cat from Hunger Mountain —Young, Ed, author, illustrator.

Lord Cat lives a lavish lifestyle until drought strikes Hunger Mountain, but when he goes to seek sustenance, he finds much more than food.

Stone soup --- and other stories from the Asian tradition

Four classic stories that teach children about generosity, community and caution.

The emperor and the kite —Yolen, Jane, author.

When the emperor is imprisoned in a high tower, his smallest daughter, whom he has always ignored, uses her kite to save him.

The Red Lion : a tale of ancient Persia —Wolkstein, Diane.

Before he can be crowned King of Persia, Azgid must prove his courage by fighting the Red Lion.

Wabi Sabi —Reibstein, Mark, author.

Wabi Sabi, a cat living in the city of Kyoto, learns about the Japanese concept of beauty through simplicity as she asks various animals she meets about the meaning of her name.

Donkey trouble —Young, Ed.

In this retelling of the traditional fable, a kind but simple man and his grandson, on their way to market with their donkey, find it impossible to please everyone they meet.

A pup just for me ; A boy just for me —Seeber, Dorothea P.

A rhyming story about a boy who is offered every kind of pet except the puppy he wants. When the book is turned over, the story is told from the dog's point of view.

Night shadows —DaCosta, Barbara, author.

Mrs. Lucy finds graffiti painted on her garage two nights in a row, but as Tasha, a lonely neighbor girl, helps her paint over it the two become friends, despite their age difference. Features cut-out illustrations.

Dreamcatcher —Osofsky, Audrey.

In the land of the Ojibway a baby sleeps, protected from bad dreams, as the life of the tribe goes on around him.

Yeh-Shen : a Cinderella story from China —Louie, Ai-Ling, author.

This version of the Cinderella story, in which a young girl overcomes the wickedness of her stepsister and stepmother to become the bride of a prince, is based on ancient Chinese manuscripts written 1000 years before the...

Tsunami! —Kajikawa, Kimiko.

A wealthy man in a Japanese village, who everyone calls Ojiisan, which means grandfather, sets fire to his rice fields to warn the innocent people of an approaching tsunami.

Goodbye, geese —Carlstrom, Nancy White.

A father describes the coming of winter to his little girl.

My Mei Mei —Young, Ed.

Antonia gets her wish when her parents return to China to bring home a Mei Mei, or younger sister, for her.

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