Jade Stone, The: A Chines. has been added to your Cart. Caryn Yacowitz (Adapter), Ju-Hong Chen (Illustrator).
Jade Stone, The: A Chines.
adapted by Caryn Yacowitz & illustrated by Ju-Hong Chen. Each figure in Chen's soft, smudgy watercolors floats within a dark nimbus and is accompanied by a rectangular cartouche containing Chinese characters. Folklore/Picture book.
Adapted by Caryn Yacowitz, Illustrated by Ju-Hong Chen. Author Caryn Yacowitz lives in Palo Alto, California. She has published eleven children's books, including a series of books on Native Americans, and her poetry and plays have appeared in several anthologies. She holds a master of arts degree in creative writing from San Francisco State University and an undergraduate degree in history/political science from Rutgers University. Ms. Yacowitz teaches writing at several colleges and universities in northern California. Her picture book Pumpkin Fiesta was named to the California Collections in 2005.
Ju-Hong Chen (Illustrator), Caryn Yacowitz (Adapter) A note at the end of the book indicates that Yacowitz learned of this story from a book on jade, which I think I must read now. Recommended especially fo. .
Ju-Hong Chen (Illustrator), Caryn Yacowitz (Adapter). Warmly illustrated by painter Ju-Hong Chen, this Chinese folktale offers a clear and gentle message of artistic truth and a lesson in staying true to one's self. A note at the end of the book indicates that Yacowitz learned of this story from a book on jade, which I think I must read now. Recommended especially for those who love Chinese folklore.
The wesite maintained by Caryn Yacowitz, children's book author, writer of.Chan Lo is a humble stone carver who is given a perfect piece of green and white jade by the Great Emporer of All China
The wesite maintained by Caryn Yacowitz, children's book author, writer of "Pumpkin Fiesta," "The Jade Stone" and a non-fiction series on Native American tribes. Illustrated by Ju-Hong Chen, this prize winning book holds a message about being true to yourself. Comanche Indians Navajo Indians Seminole Indians Lakota Indians Inuit Indians Iroquois Indians Shawnee Indians. Second, third and fourth graders will enjoy reading about these tribes in the past and present. Chan Lo is a humble stone carver who is given a perfect piece of green and white jade by the Great Emporer of All China. Is there a dragon in the stone, as the Emperor demands?
0 Total Resources 4 Books. Jade Stone: A Chinese Folktale. by Caryn Yacowitz and Ju-Hong Chen.
0 Total Resources 4 Books. Books by Ju-Hong Chen 4. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Browse books by Ju-Hong Chen. Eliza's Cherry Trees: Japan's Gift to America. by Andrea Zimmerman and Ju-Hong Chen. Fourth Question: A Chinese Tale. by Rosalind C. Wang and Ju-Hong Chen.
4-8. Adapted by. Caryn Yacowitz. Illustrated by. Ju-Hong Chen.
When the great emperor of China demands that Chan Lo carve him a dragon of wind and fire, Chan Lo is overwhelmed.
Yocowitz, Caryn,The Jade Stone, Ju-Hong Chen, illus.
New York: Holiday House, 1990. Bishop, Claire,The Five Chinese Brothers, Kurt Wiese, illus, New York: Coward-McCann, 1938. Bishop, Rudine Sims, Extending Multicultural Understanding Through Children's Books’, inChildren's Literature in the Reading Program, B. E. Cullinan, e. pp. 60–67. Newark, DE: International Reading Association, 1987. Chang and the Yellow Robe. Yocowitz, Caryn,The Jade Stone, Ju-Hong Chen, illus. New York: Holiday House, 1992. The Emperor and the Kite, Ed Young, illus.
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