Chinese New Year Picture Book for Kids published for Spring Festival 2015 Year of Sheep

Children’s author publishes Chinese New Year Picture Book bringing stories, facts, history and traditions of the Spring Festival in China to kids and adults through the Amazon Kindle platform.

Children’s author Christina Huo published “Chinese New Year Picture Book” on Amazon Kindle on January 19th, a month before the Year of the Sheep begins. The ebook is the third in her Chinese Culture for Children series, although the book is suitable for adults and kids alike.

The book is crammed full of facts, history and traditions surrounding the New Year festivities in China and is available in all Amazon Kindle stores.

The US edition can be found here:

The book explains all about Chinese New Year customs and traditions illustrated with beautiful pictures and photographs. The writer describes in detail the days leading up to Chinese New Year’s Eve and the days following the Chinese New Year culminating with the Lantern Festival on the final day.

For UK based readers wanting to know more about Chinese Spring Festival it is also available on Amazon’s UK site here:

Christina Huo explains about the Chinese calendar and gives details about each of the animals of the zodiac. 

Christina Huo grew up in China and now lives with her husband and daughter in England. What began as a creative way of introducing her daughter to Chinese culture has now become a series of picture books to introduce other children and adults to the many wonders of China.

When asked about her book Christina Huo explained:

“Growing up, Chinese New Year was always the most exciting festival for the whole family. It is really wonderful to be able to share that not only with my own daughter but also through my book. I really enjoyed writing this book and finding all the beautiful pictures. It certainly brought back some amazing childhood memories for me.” 

Christina Huo has released two other books in the last year. The first one was about Chinese Dragons and the second one was all about the Great Wall of China, which was updated recently as explained here:

Release ID: 72465