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Mei-Mei's morning begins on Grandpa's bicycle. Along the busy streets they ride, through the round moon gate to the park. They play games, practice tai-chi, and drink tea with their friends. No wonder Mei-Mei loves the morning....

Title : Mei-Mei Loves the Morning
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ISBN : 9780807550397
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Mei-Mei Loves the Morning Reviews

  • Elizabeth Leiner
    2018-11-12 11:04

    As a reader, I thought this was a cute and fun book. The illustrations were beautiful and the story line was interesting. It took me on a journey of a morning I have never experienced. This book made me wish I loved mornings as much as Mei-Mei.As a teacher, I would use this book in my classroom. I think it could be used to show that, although cultures are different, they all have similarities. For example, My students might not be used to eating porridge for breakfast, hanging their pet song-bird in a tree at the park, or doing tai-chi. But they probably do eat breakfast with their family, ride bikes, go to the park, have pets, and spend time with friends. You can use this book to teach that although everyone might all look different on the outside, everyone probably has more in common than we think.

  • Chardell
    2018-12-09 04:56

    It is a great family book about how a little girl enjoys spending the mornings with her grandfather on his bike.

  • Crystal Jackson
    2018-11-25 09:40

    Mei mei loves going on morning bike rides with her grandpa. This book explores Chinese culture. Great for introducing new culture into the classroom.

  • Rani
    2018-11-13 13:04

    #China #Morning #Tea #Grandpa Spending Morning with Grandpa gives a lovely feeling for Mei -Mei.#YoungReaders #PictureBook #BookReview #ChildrensBooks #amreading

  • Monica
    2018-12-03 06:59

    Mei-Mei Loves the Morning is about a young chinese girls morning rituals that she shares with her grandfather. The adventures begin, before her parents even awake, with sharing breakfast with Grandpa, going on bike rides, playing games, exercising, and drinking tea in a big city in China. Margaret Holloway Tsubakiyama touches on something every person can relate to: morning rituals. Whether it be similar to Mei-Mei 19s or something along the lines of rushing out the door all of us experience waking rituals. To complement the simple text the paintings of Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu fill the pages with vibrant color, and joyous expressions, bringing each page to life. Grade Level: Kindergarten and upClassroom uses: used in a lesson about different cultures, painting, could inspire a classbook about morning rituals

  • Roniqua Pitts
    2018-11-10 10:52

    THis book features very outstanding watercolor pictures. The story depicts a realistic plot and characters. The language used in the book is appropriate for the students in the age range. It also shows a family that is of a different ethnic background. It shows the culture of the family depicted in the book.

  • Heidi-Marie
    2018-11-14 04:41

    A simple story of a girl and her grandfather and how they spend the morning. I liked the pictures. I liked seeing the things they did and seeing a tiny bit of the culture portrayed. But I think it would be more for a Pre-K audience, since K-4 would want more of a plot and/or a point.

  • Tricia
    2018-11-10 11:42

    sweet story about a young girl who enjoys her mornings experiencing china with her grandpa.

  • Mckinley
    2018-11-16 04:54

    What a young girl does in the mornings with her Grandfather.

  • Lindsay
    2018-12-01 04:59

    Beautiful water color illustrations show what my co-worker calls the perfect depiction of old-fashioned China with a very relateable little girl.

  • Ald
    2018-11-30 07:10

    It has a themae about family. good for ages 3-7 I whould use it.