This moving folk story tells how the twenty four lakes of the River Min came to be called the Dragon’s Tears. When Chin Wah releases a golden fish he is rewarded with the gift of a magic pearl. But this is when his troubles begin...A classic Chinese tale about luck, magic, greed, tragedy and reconciliation has much scope for discussion.
Gua Le is a master of Chinese brush art illustration, a form famous for its spontaneity and energy. This is Guo’s first children’s picture book. Manju Gregory is a storyteller and puppeteer.
Ages 4-8; Paperback