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The Seven Chinese Sisters

by Kathy Tucker

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This book is story of seven chiness sisters.
Source: Pierce College Library
Age: 4-6 ( )
  Yuna0130 | Nov 18, 2013 |
The seven chinese sister live together, who each have different talent. They used their talent to contribute to their family life and protecting each other. They have a sympathy heart as they understand the dragon's hunger and gratitude heart as the seventh sister told her story of being rescue by her sister all the time. ( )
  thuvan0301 | Feb 14, 2013 |
7 sisters use their individual skills to battle a dragon. I love girl heros. A book with 7 girl heros is even better. ( )
  JohannaJ | Dec 5, 2011 |
This book is a Folklore story which was excellent. The story will explain to children that everyone has a purpose and if they do not know what their purpose is, one day they will find out. A pleasant teamwork activity will go well with this book. ( )
  Rita6 | Jul 25, 2011 |
In this tale, each sister has a talent that she alone excels at. First sister rides a scooter, one does karate, one can cook the best noodle soup in the world, etc. Seventh sister is a baby. One day a dragon steals away seventh sister, and the other sisters must rescue her using their own talents, all working together. They are successful, and in the process the baby learns to talk. She grows up to be the best storyteller in the world, and tells this story first. The illustrations are appealing, pretty and bold colorful drawings. ( )
  laurakurtz | Jun 4, 2011 |
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Once there were seven Chinese sisters who lived together and took care of each other. Each one had a special talent. When baby Seventh Sister is snatched by a hungry dragon, her loving sisters race to save her.

In this delightful update of a classic Chinese folk tale, each sister uses her talent in a surprising way to rescue baby Seventh Sister—and even Seventh Sister turns out to have an unexpected skill!
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Once there were seven Chinese sisters who lived together and took care of each other. Each one had a special talent. When baby Seventh Sister is snatched by a hungry dragon, her loving sisters race to save her.

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When a dragon snatches the youngest of seven talented Chinese sisters, the other six come to her rescue.

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