A River Tour

Text & illustration by Da Wu

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When the brothers came to the river, they found that the fog was too heavy and it was hazy.
They mistook the grass for the water bird, the dead tree for the fawn, and the dirt for the crocodile…
This is an optical illusion game, full of unknown and thrilling.
They recovered from the thrill and thought it was their own power to resolve the thrill…
Perhaps in the future, they will proudly repeat this extraordinary experience, but they may never know the whole thing…
Is the truth really as we have seen with our own eyes?

Camping

Text & illustration by Da Wu

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The brothers set up a tent early, and waited for it to go camping after dark.
Will the world at night be different from the ones at day?
The younger brother’s expectations seem to be frustrated again: there are no miracles, no novelties, and even no difference from usual…
But in the end a miracle happened.

Before the miracle happened, they were discussing whether the miracle would happen;
When the miracle happened, they were surprised and worried secretly in the discussion;
After the miracle was over, they woke up from their dreams…

In ordinary life, how many big and small adventures have we ever had, but we are completely unaware of it?

Walk on Earth

Text & illustration by Da Wu

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The real world around you is just as marvelous as your imagination.
The older brother takes the younger to a walk. Along the way, the younger cannot stop asking his older brother if their place has these things which are seemingly cool and interesting. Though the older brother keeps denying, there is, actually, a treasure buried deep down under their world. Great things are right around you, and you just need to find them.

The King of Trees

Text & illustration by Da Wu

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Nobody knows one sapling could grow into a huge tree before it actually grows huge. When it was in medium size, they just saw it as an ordinary tree. The tree in town never stopped growing, only then people finally realized, that there was this huge tree standing there. They called it the king of trees, a miracle. It was people’s proud, until it became too huge. People started worried, and decided, to cut it down.

Sudan’s Rhino Horn

Author: Dai Yun, illustrator: Li Xingming

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Sudan’s Rhino Horn is based on the true story of Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, who passed away in March 2018 at the age of 45. Revolving around Sudan’s horn, the symbol of a rhino’s existence, the story reflects the complex relationship between human beings and wildlife.
Based on the true story of Sudan with fairy tale style, we look back the life of Sudan. There are three times of cutting off the rhino’s horn in the story: the first time was Sudan’s mother; the second time was in the zoo in Czech; the third time was in Africa:  his horn was cut off in order to protect his life. 
The rhino’s horn has a strong symbolic meaning: the horn is a rhino’s crown and strongest weapon to protect life and territories. But the saddest thing of Sudan is, it will kill his life although the horn is his proud and a symbol for his identity. His corn could not co-exist with his living body.

Little Big World

Text & illustration by Svjetlan Junaković

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The bear and the bee, the leopard and the ladybug, the ostrich and the marmot…When big animals pair with small animals, the imagination is sparkled. The little fish can play the music together with the whale. The crab can barber the seal. The bat can show the way for the reindeer…Looking at these creatures, you will forget that big and small used to be antonymic.

Where is Penguin Pips?

Text & illustration by Svjetlan Junaković

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Penguin Pips has lost his way in the city. He wants to return to the Antarctic.
Following Penguin Pips, we will go through a lively city, watch a fierce football game, enter a remarkable shopping mall, run a fun marathon, have a refreshing walk on the beach, and finally board a ship and head for the iceberg. Penguin Pips is eventually at home! Yet hold on and take a look. Where is he now?

“Love Is Magic” series (3 titles)

Text & illustration by Svjetlan Junaković

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This series consists of 3 titles.In each book, the same matter is told from different perspectives of parents and kids. Though their cognition is different, love can bridge the differences and build a bridge of communication between parents and kids.

“Take a Guess!” series (9 titles)

Author: Liu Yang, illustrator: Svjetlan Junaković

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“Take a Guess” series consists of following 9 titles and is a set of creative picture books with both knowledge and fun. Each title is related to animals. Via quiz games, it helps children learn knowledge of animals. The folding page design brings surprises, and nurtures children’s observation and imagination.