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Tsubakiyama, Margaret.
New York : Albert Whitman, 1999
IL K-3, RL 3.5
ISBN 0807550396
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Mei-Mei loves to wake up every morning to an unknown adventure that awaits her. Grandfather and Mei-Mei have a wonderful relationship and they go through the every day morning routines but they always find an adventure through their busy town in China. I choose this book because I think it shows how similar lives are between American children and Chinese children; they both have morning routines such as eating breakfast and getting ready for the day. I think this book depicts a wonderful bond between a grandparent and a child. The book shares a little girlâ€ôs tradition in China that many American children can relate to, the morning! I like the book because it is set in modern day China instead of in the past, therefore children can experience what China is like now.  (Joni Stanley,, teacher)
SUBJECTS:     Grandfathers -- Fiction.
                        China -- Fiction.

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