Monday, January 13, 2014

on my desk monday

As you know, I've decided that from now on I'm going to use Chinese New Year as my official holiday deadline. I need that extra time for cards, gifts and resolutions (especially the resolutions). So this year I have until January 31st to get things done!

And very appropriately,  Bringing in the New Year has come out in baby board book! Yes, the perfect format for me to teach Rain Dragon all about the Chinese New Year.  And it looks great, if I do say so myself. I think I might like it better as a board book than a picturebook!


5 comments:

Carol Hartery said...

Rain Dragon will be so fortunate to learn about the New Year from a beautiful book that her mother wrote.

Susan Tancock said...

Pottery Barn Kids has a great display of the Bringing in the New Year book with some adorable Chinese take out boxes, plastic glasses, and chopsticks. I tried to find some more of the products on the PBK web site, but it says they are not available.

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