Found in Melbourne (Simplified Chinese edition)

Joanne O'Callaghan, illustrated by Kori Song, translated by Kevin Yang
AUD $24.99
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A Simplifed Chinese edition of the beautifully illustrated counting book featuring the attractions of Australia's most liveable city.

There is so much to do in marvellous Melbourne - places to see and new friends to meet.

Found in Melbourne is a counting book, a story of friendship, and so much more.

Whether you live in Melbourne, are planning your first visit, or are just curious - what will you find in this vibrant city?

Author bio:

Joanne O'Callaghan was born in Melbourne, brought up in Perth, lived in Hong Kong for twelve years and now lives in Melbourne. She has been a Marketing and Communications Director and self-published her first book, My Hong Kong, illustrated by Ralph Kiggell, in 2010, which continues to be a bestseller in Hong Kong. Joanne has collaborated with award-winning Chinese artist, Kori Song on The Swimmers and Found in Hong Kong. Found in Melbourne is their third book together.

Kori Song's expressive and colourful illustrations reflect her interest in the relationship between cities and those who live in them. Kori graduated from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in Chongqing, China and her first book, Cicada, was a winner in the Sun Hung Kai Properties Young Writers' Debut Competition in 2013.

Translator, Kevin Yang, graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Master in Applied Linguistics, and is a
Mandarin teacher at Clifton Hill Primary School, as well as at Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne. Kevin has long worked on promoting understanding between China and the West by bringing Chinese language and culture to his students.

Category: Children's
ISBN: 9781760632960
Publisher: A&U Children's
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: March 2018
Page Extent: 36
Format: Hard Cover
Age: 3 - 6
Subject: Chinese

Listen to Chinese (Mandarin) audio reading

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Listen to the children from Clifton Hill Primary School (Melbourne, Australia) read the text in Chinese (Mandarin).

 

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