Passport to China: Best Children’s Books

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I think my favorite part of homeschool is learning right alongside the kids.  Most of the time, this takes place at bedtime as we read our stories.  We read A LOT of books every day and I love gathering books on the things we are learning about.  This time, that topic is China.  Here is my book list,
Best Children's Books About China Pin
 

Best Children's Books About ChinaSee Inside Famous Places  

We love lift the flap books around here and this was one of our very first Usborne books.  Each page spread features a different famous place from around the world.  Learn alongside the kids as you lift flap after flap to discover some amazing places.

Best Children's Books About ChinaChina {DK Eyewitness Books}

I love the DK Eyewitness books because they are packed full of information in small bits that the kids love.

Best Children's Books About ChinaThe Emperor Who Built the Great Wall

Learn all about the first emperor of China and all about the great wall.

Best Children's Books About ChinaChina In Color

Best Children's Books About ChinaAncient China:  True Books:  Ancient Civilizations

Best Children's Books About ChinaYou Wouldn’t Want to Work on the Great Wall of China

Best Children's Books About ChinaI See the Sun in China

Best Children's Books About ChinaThe Silk Route

Best Children's Books About ChinaGreat Race

Best Children's Books About ChinaThe King Without a Throne

Best Children's Books About ChinaWelcome to China

Best Children's Books About ChinaReady to Read:  Living in China

Best Children's Books About ChinaCelebrating the Lantern Festival

Best Children's Books About ChinaMaggie’s Chopsticks

Best Children's Books About ChinaThe Story About Ping

Best Children's Books About ChinaLook What Came from China

Best Children's Books About ChinaIf I Were a Kid in Ancient China

Best Children's Books About ChinaGrandfather Tang’s Story

 

Dive into a book and have some fun learning about China.  What other books would you add to this list?  Find more ways we explored China in our Passport China adventures.

 

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