Where Have the Stinky Socks Gone?


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.

Infatuated With Peking Opera


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.

Kiri Trees


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?

Winter · Spring Festival


How do contemporary Chinese people celebrate the traditional Spring Festival? This book depicts traditional customs and scenes from Laba celebrations such as New Year’s Eve and the Lantern Festival. In the story, the Chinese Zodiac gathers and joins the adults and children in celebrating the New Year.

The Soul Flew South Like a Bird


A man and his soul made plans to travel south… The man entered a tavern one day, and the soul awaited him in the treetops; he reveled in the Hot Spring Hotel, and the soul awaited him; he did not hesitate to leave the warm fire, and the soul awaited him outside the house. He helped someone while traveling. In exchange, he received a large sum of money. He lived in large houses, hired servants, and purchased a large number of sheep. But he soon lost everything in the casino. He had forgotten his original agreement with the soul and had grown increasingly obese. Unknown how many springs and autumns have passed, and the soul has grown old…

Today Waits for Tomorrow


Trees await the arrival of birds, sailboats await the arrival of sailors, war horses await the arrival of horsemen, cherries await the arrival of spring, children await the arrival of their mothers to breastfeed, today awaits the arrival of tomorrow… A poem in which the main melody is the rhythm of life.

I Wish I Could Be


Birds, kites, clouds, rain, roses, trees, boats, seas, lighthouses, lanterns, dogs, cats, rivers, melon fields… Each character in the book is dissatisfied with his or her situation and wishes to be the next one. They all have legitimate reasons for aspire to be someone else. However, when they look up to others, they keep forgetting to appreciate their own circumstances.

Do Not Let an Elephant Walk into Your Room


Da Wu and his brother are visited by an elephant. It lives in their room with them and grows larger by the day. Until it becomes too large to destroy their room. Will they be able to move the elephant, and what will happen if their parents find out?

The Magic Carpet


Da Wu’s older brother got a magical carpet that could fly in the air, and the dog, kitten, bird, butterfly, and Da Wu all wanted to sit on the flying carpet with their brother in turn, until the flying carpet became overwhelmed and fell from the sky, torn. But Da Wu thought up a clever solution that allowed each of them to fly again on a broken flying carpet.

Never Helps a Snail


Da Wu moved a snail out of kindness, but the snail was unexpectedly captured by the bird. The story then begins with a two-line narrative, one telling of Da Wu’s chagrin for doing bad things with good intentions, and the other telling of a snail’s experience after being caught by a bird, and the two lines affect each other without the characters realizing it.