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The master gave Ben, Jing, and An one dormant lotus seed each. Ben ran off to look for a hoe and buried his seed in the snow-covered ground. Jing chose the best flowerpot and compost. An led his everyday life as usual, waiting patiently until spring came.This book is published in Bilingual version - Chinese original in the front and English translation at the end of the boThe master gave Ben, Jing, and An one dormant lotus seed each. Ben ran off to look for a hoe and buried his seed in the snow-covered ground. Jing chose the best flowerpot and compost. An led his everyday life as usual, waiting patiently until spring came.This book is published in Bilingual version - Chinese original in the front and English translation at the end of the book....

Title : An's Seed
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ISBN : 9781945295133
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 100 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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An's Seed Reviews

  • Delfina
    2019-05-02 03:41

    It’s an interesting and instructive fable. I am also inspired when reading to my little son. It’s in Chinese language including phonetic spellings, as well as English translation in the latter part, beautifully printed, a very good picture book for Chinese learning kids.

  • Julie Green
    2019-04-30 02:56

    An's Seeds is a fable about nature's law and is told through three little monks, Ben, Jing, and An, as narrative clues. The text is precise and succinct. The picture is simple and defines the characters' personalities, such as Ben's impetuosity, Jing's discretion, and An's composure. In addition, the combination of text and image presents the charm of story-telling and is admirable. The front endpaper begins the story with the footprints of An and a puppy in a solemn autumn, while the back endpaper resonates with a lushly green summer. The author skillfully shows how composed An is after the blooming of his thousand-year lotus, and ends the story with his water carrying and labor. The rhythm of season and time are beyond description.

  • Jade
    2019-05-06 00:36

    An's Seed reminds me of Demi's Empty Pot. Both of the stories are set in China, although the artistic style is quite different. I love them both! The master gave Ben, Jing and An one dormant lotus seed each. Ben ran off to look for a hoe and buried his seed in the snow-covered ground. Jing Chose the best flowerpot and compost. While An led everyday life as usual, waiting patiently until spring came. A beautifully crafted book that will be enjoyed as much for the richness of its illustrations as for the simplicity of its story.