This Tiger Burns Bright!
The Year of the Tiger: Tales from the Chinese ZodiacWritten by Oliver Chin, Illustrated by Justin Roth
"The Year of the Ox brings the richness of Chinese heritage to children of all ages."
- KTVU, FOX News, Channel 2, San Francisco, CA
"Olivia the Pig has got nothing on Olivia the Ox: As you're looking for an inexpensive one size fits all baby gift for all those friends of yours having kids this year, consider The Year of the Ox"
- Cool Mom Picks
San Francisco, California- January 15, 2010 - Immedium, Inc., proudly announces the publication of The Year of the Tiger: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac, written by Oliver Chin and illustrated by Justin Roth. This is the fifth story in Immedium's popular children's picture book series on the twelve charismatic animals of the Chinese New Year. The adventures of the young tiger cub Teddy will amuse children and adults alike.
2010 is the Year of the Tiger! Born into royalty, the young prince Teddy is warned by the King and Queen to steer clear of humans who are intruding into their wild domain. However, curiosity compels this cat to befriend the girl Su. But when each camp doesn't want to cross the other's tracks, can Teddy prove the jungle is big enough for both man and beast?
This latest adventure in the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac follows The Year of the Ox (2009), The Year of the Rat (2008), The Year of the Pig (2007) and The Year of the Dog (2006). . Each book features a unique cast from the Chinese lunar calendar. Each year is represented by an animal who symbolizes special qualities, and people traditionally identify with the personality of the sign in their birth year.
The Contra Costa Times wrote, "Author Oliver Chin's latest Chinese Zodiac book for kids takes off...the adorable tale of Olivia, a small calf with big pretensions, is being read in classrooms, libraries and at Lunar New Year celebrations around the Bay." The creators continue to present at leading venues nationwide including the Asian Art Museum, Huntington Library, Oakland Museum, Bay Area Discovery Museum, New York Public Library, and Chinese American Museum of Los Angeles. So, now readers everywhere can welcome 2010 right by enjoying the entertaining adventures of The Year of the Tiger!
$15.95 USA, Children's Picture Book, ISBN: 978-1-59702-020-6, 10 x 9 5/8, 36 pages
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