THE CHINESE CHILDREN NEXT DOOR by Pearl S. Buck

THE CHINESE CHILDREN NEXT DOOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It is bedtime for four little Americans, and their mother tells them stories of her youth in China and about the Chinese family who lived next door. In this natural way the children learn about China and its customs, and about a family consisting of six daughters and, at last, one son. The author's profound understanding of our great ally gives this real significance, and her reputation should carry the book to good sales.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1942
Publisher: John Day