Auntie Yang’s Great Soybean Picnic
By Flippy-Do Reads
A moving (and true!) story, lovingly told, mouthwateringly illustrated, and definitely a unique approach to showing why its important to hold on to one’s culture and how it can be done. . . . This book could be an avenue to discuss what makes a child’s own cultural heritage unique, or what kind of food they think they couldn’t live without but that most people outside of their own culture don’t eat (hint: it’s probably cheese).
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