Wukong and his classmates went on adventures to Mars! However they met tornadoes there, but luckily found a cave to hide in. Before they could enter the cave, a big guy appeared and asked for their courage if they want to come in. What are they going to do?
Wukong’s classmate, the little whale Jingjing, is sick after class. While everyone else was making plans to take Jingjing home, Wukong thought of a solution himself. Will he be able to get Jingjing home safe and sound?
Everyone is afraid of Wukong and hide from him at school, because Wukong is naughty and he has very powerful strength, courage and this big golden stick. Wukong was worried about this a lot! He wants to play with everyone. One day he decides to exchange with a rabbit Hei Hei for softness and tenderness, with his strength, courage and golden stock. Then a a series of interesting things happens.
Little Prince is a cat who is obsessed with cleanliness. He also dislikes his fur getting wet and other cats approaching his bowl. He finally went out of the house because he was hungry, only to discover that the outside world was a horrible place where all of his dislikes could occur. What would he do if he had to choose between food and old habits?
Have the stinky socks gone? The stinky socks have gone!
The story is an intriguing “wandering” story about a stinky pair of socks… The story is simple but charming, and it unconsciously encourages children to develop healthy lifestyle habits. The entire book’s three-dimensional structure is interesting, bright and lively, clean and neat, interspersed with small page turns and three-dimensional mechanisms to create suspense and stimulate children’s curiosity during the reading process.
I fell in love with Peking Opera the first time I heard it. But that was when the war began. I was living in Nanjing at the time, and an outstanding opera singer once stayed at my home. Due to the war, he was unable to complete his show. Not only has our homeland been destroyed, but so have we.
There were kiri trees everywhere in Lin Town, and a little girl named Kiri. When Kiri was 7, a boy, Yu, came to the town. They became friends under kiri trees. Years passed, the town got more and more roads, yet fewer and fewer trees. One afternoon on a Spring day, Kiri found that half of the trees by a road were cut down for a new subway being built. Kiri wrote Yu a letter about her concern. When Yu wrote back, a green ribbon slipped out. What will Kiri do with this green ribbon?