Book Hunting Expeditions Buffet of Asian Literature - Makan! Reading Themes

[BHE 107] Buffet of Asian Children’s Literature – Part 2


Myra here.

As we celebrated our 100th Book Hunting Expedition Sundays, we are inviting you, our fellow book hunters to share with us photographs of your favorite bookstores (be it indie, discounted book stores, book cafes, big retail bookshops) and a few of your amazing book finds. While we try as much as we can to find out-of-the-way bookstores in the many cities that we get to visit, we know that we won’t be able to discover so many faraway places in our lifetime. And so we welcome guest posts from anyone who would wish to share their latest bookplace discoveries. Even library finds and pictures of your libraries would be most welcome. Please send your BHE post to gatheringbooks (at) yahoo (dot) com.

Here are the books that found me the past few weeks or so.


Last week, I shared the first part of my book loot which I borrowed from my institution’s library. Here is the second part of my book finds:

Buffet of Asian Children’s Lit – Part 2


Maples in the Mist: Poems for Children from the Tang Dynasty by Minfong Ho and illustrated by Jean & Mou-Sien Tseng, A Song for Ba by Paul Yee and illustrated by Jan Peng Wang, Shanghai Messenger by Andrea Cheng and illustrated by the incomparable Ed Young.


The Restaurant of Many Orders by Kenji Mizayawa illustrated by Kunfo Sato, Listen to the Wind: The Story of Dr. Greg & Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and Susan L. Roth and collages by Susan L. Roth.


Tashi and the Tibetan Flower Cure by Naomi C. Rose, tofu quilt by Ching Yeung Russell, Savitri: A Tale of Ancient India by Aaron Shepard and illustrated by Vera Rosenberry.

How about you, dear friends, what books found their way into your shelves this week? Do let us know if you have recommended books for us to find for our reading theme!

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