Free eBook El Chino download

by Allen Say

Free eBook El Chino download ISBN: 0395520231
Author: Allen Say
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin; Library Binding edition (October 29, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
Size MP3: 1291 mb
Size FLAC: 1792 mb
Rating: 4.2
Format: rtf azw lit mbr


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Say illustrated his first children's book - published in 1972 - in a photo studio between shooting assignments.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A true story of Billy Wong, the first Chinese bullfighter.

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Allen Say (born James Allen Koichi Moriwaki Seii in 1937; surname written Seii (清井) in Japanese) is an Asian American writer and illustrator. He is best known for Grandfather's Journey, a children's picture book detailing his grandfather's voyage from Japan to the United States and back again, which won the 1994 Caldecott Medal for illustration. This story is autobiographical and relates to Say's constant moving during his childhood.

El Chino is an inspirational and humorous portrayal of a Chinese-American's persistent effort to overcome stereotypes and fulfill his dreams. The successful blend of the American dream with an ethnic identity is always a timely lesson. The writing is concise with a tongue-in-cheek wit and the watercolor illustrations glow with luminous detail. This is a great book for any family who has an interest in changing preconceived notions. For Asian-Americans, especially adopted children from China, this book is a must-have addition to your home library.

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com: EL CHINO: SAY,ALLEN. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1990 (1990). 4to (9 1/4 x 10 1/2"), cloth backed boards, Fine in dust wrapper (dw is soiled along edge and slightly frayed at top of spine but still presents well). First printing (1-10 code). This is the true story about Bong Way Billy Wong, the first Chinese bull fighter. Illustrated in color by Say. THIS COPY IS INSCRIBED AND DATED 1990 BY SAY WITH A 5" DRAWING OF A CHINESE MAN WEARING A HAT AND HOLDING A FISHING POLE.

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Find nearly any book by Allen Say. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. El Chino: ISBN 9780613001939 (978-0-613-00193-9) San Val, 1996. by Allen Say. ISBN 9780833583963 (978-0-8335-8396-3) San Val, 1992.

El ChinoBy Allen Say Directed Reading Activity (DRA) Rosa Moreno. El chino Means The Chinese. El Matador El Matador is translated as a bullfighter who performs the final passes and kills the bull, also called torero in English. Spanish Bullfighter A Spanish Bullfighter or El Matador performing his task

A true story of Billy Wong, the first Chinese bullfighter.
User reviews
VariesWent
I am a reading specialist and tend to buy all of the Allan Say books. They are delicate stories written from his life with meaning and emotion. All of his books give you a glimpse into an unfamiliar culture. Love them.
Jack
Allen rocks
Moswyn
We did an author study of Allen Say and this book was a great addition to my collection. The students loved reading it and I loved working with it.
just one girl
A picture book biography of Billy Wong, the first matador of Chinese descent.

I really wish that there had been more information about Billy Wong in the back of the book. I want to know more! A fascinating picture book biography. I can safely say I've never read a biography of a matador before. The cover doesn't give a ton of clues as to what this is about, so I was quite surprised at where Billy's life went. May be a good choice if you're looking for a book about making predictions or Chinese Americans in sports.
Ynneig
Very simple yet poetic storytelling style by the author. It was interesting to see and read the story of one man's dream. Very childlike and reflective of the chinese minimalism in the use of language and illistrations.
I would recommend it not highly. It is not a cute fairy tale but it is a lovely simple book that perhaps could inspire young children to follow their dream no matter what their culture or race.
*** ½ stars