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Seven Chinese Brothers, The: Los Siete Hermanos Chinos

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4 out of 5
Based on 559 Ratings and 50 Reviews

Book Description
Bold, colorful, and historically accurate illustrations adorn a classic Chinese folktale, in which seven brothers use their supernatural gifts to overpower a cruel emperor.

Cada uno de estos siete hermanos tiene una habilidad especial. El primero tiene un excelente oído. El segundo puede ver sin importar la distancia. El tercero posee una fuerza inusual. El cuarto tiene huesos de hierro. El... More
Book Information
PublisherScholastic en Espanol
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages40
ISBN-100590481312
ISBN-13978-0590481311
Publication Date06/01/2003
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About Margaret Mahy (Author) : Margaret Mahy is a published author, editor, and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Margaret Mahy include Horribly Haunted School, El Rescate De... more
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About Tsengs (Illustrator) : Tsengs is a published illustrator of children's books. Published credits of Tsengs include Seven Chinese Brothers, The: Los Siete Hermanos Chinos and The Khan's Daughter: A Mongolian Folktale.
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