5 Chinese New Year Children’s Books
Celebrating Chinese New Year is a festive way to help your child learn about a different culture. If you’re not sure where to start, check out these holiday books that are perfect for pint-sized learners. Try reading interactively, allowing your child to ask and answer questions as you go along.
Ruby’s Chinese New Year, by Vickie Lee and Joey Chou: Your kiddo can learn about the animals of the Chinese zodiac with this sweet picture book. Follow the story of Ruby as she delivers a holiday gift to her grandma — with the help of a few furry friends!
Emma’s American Chinese New Year, by Amy Meadows: This pick follows the story of Emma, a Chinese-born little girl who was adopted by an American family. The fictional tale chronicles how Emma celebrates the Chinese New Year in the U.S.
Bringing In the New Year, by Grace Lin: Help your little learner to better understand the traditions included in a Chinese New Year’s celebration with this picture-filled easy read.
Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas, by Natasha Yim and Grace Zong: Goldilocks and the Three Bears gets a whole new life in this Chinese-American tale.
Peppa’s Chinese New Year: If your preschooler is a Peppa the Pig fan, this book is it! The cute little character helps kids to better understand the holiday celebration. And bonus, this book comes with stickers too.