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Little Green: Growing Up During The Chinese Cultural Revolution

Little Green Growing Up During The Chinese

Little Green: Growing Up During The Chinese is a must own child's book. Written by Chun Yu and it is published by Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books. The book was released on the 1st of March, 2005. This is the 1st ed. has 128 pages and it includes illustrations. A Paula Wiseman book. The book is 8.82" Height x 6.26" Length x 0.63" Width. It has got a weight of 0.6 lbs. If you need a copy of this child's book for your kids, check out our affilate add to shopping cart button on this site.

Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books

ISBN: 0689869436
Author: Chun Yu

When Chun Yu was born inside a modest city in China, she was born into a nation in revolution. The streets were filled with roaming Red Guards, the walls had been covered with slogans, and reeducation meetings were held in all workplaces. Every family faced danger and humiliation, even the youngest young children.

Shortly after Chun's birth, her beloved father was sent to a peasant village inside the countryside to turn into reeducated in the approaches of Chairman Mao. Chun and her brother stayed behind with their mother, who taught in a country middle school where Mao's Little Red Book was a portion of each and every single child's education. Chun Yu's young life was witness to a nation in turmoil, struggle, and revolution -- the only life she knew.


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