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A wonderful picture book translated from the original Chinese by Izzy Hasson, 13 years old - Winner of the 6th Bai Meigui Translation Competition.
Bao Bear has never heard of Chinese New Year. He decides to invite the Fox, Mouse, and Bunny families together to learn more about this celebration. However, as the end of autumn nears and Bao Bear gets sleepier, can he stay awake to find out?
From the Bronze and Sunflower Picture Book Award-winning author of Happy Mid-Autumn Festival.
With afterword by the Singapore Book Council and the Leeds Centre for New Chinese Writing
Sleepy, Sleepy New Year
Publisher: Balestier Press
Text: English with original Chinese text
Number of Pages: 50
Trim Size: 22.9 x 21.6cm
Meng Yanan was born and grew up in Beijing. She was rather introverted and quiet when she was young, which perhaps caused her love of painting. Lines and colours are tools for her to convey her emotions and thoughts.
She studied at Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology (BIFT) as an undergraduate student, majoring in visual communication. After graduation, she continued to study illustration at the BIFT Illustration Studio.
Meng currently works as an art teacher, and enjoys working with children. Whilst teaching children to draw, she also learns and creates picture books herself.
Her picture book Happy Mid-Autumn Festival won the gold prize in the 2016 Bronze and Sunflower Picture Book Awards.