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2017 Year Of The Rooster Shirt
2017 is the Year of the Rooster. This contemporary design celebrates the baby’s birth year with a cute cartoon rooster fashioned into a 2017 to commemorate the year.
3 Piece Newborn Tiger Set
This 3 piece newborn set is a whimsical and contemporary take on the traditional belief that tigers protect babies from harm. It comes with pants and two onesies.
A New Year’s Reunion
This book captures the spirit of family reunion at the heart of Chinese New Year. Maomao’s father works far away and comes home only at Chinese New Year. When her father arrives, Maomao hardly recognizes him. But before long, the family is making sticky rice balls, hearing firecrackers outside and watching the dragon dance in the street.
Auntie Yang’s Great Soybean Picnic
Taiwanese parents who went to college in the U.S. raise their daughters and create an annual soybean picnic for Chicago’s Chinese American community. A heartwarming story about immigrant families adapting their culture in a new country.
Bamboo Toddler Training Bowl
The craziness of toddler meal time meets the calming effect of an eco-friendly bamboo training bowl, while contributing to an overall Chinese design aesthetic in the home.
Bilingual Domino Set
This 100 piece domino play set provides a wonderful way for children to learn a basic Chinese vocabulary. Each domino contains a picture of a familiar object like a fruit, animal or household item with its English name, Chinese character and phonetic pronunciation.
Bringing In The New Year
This book follows a contemporary, suburban Chinese American family as they prepare for Chinese New Year. Amidst dragons, dumplings and lanterns, Grace Lin builds a sense of holiday excitement that will feel especially familiar to your toddler if you’ve just finished a round of Christmas books prior to Chinese New Year.
In this fun intergenerational story, a young boy and his grandmother walk the streets of Chinatown visiting shops, markets and restaurants before Chinese New Year. The scenes are timeless — roasted ducks hanging in a restaurant window, an open-air fishmonger and colorful banners in a parade.
Chinese Character Blocks
This 32 block set features Mandarin simplified Chinese characters, their English equivalents, a stroke grid, numbers and a puzzle featuring a map of China, the Chinese flag and yellow dragon.
Chinese Garden Onesie Set
This adorable newborn clothing set for a little girl is decorated with peonies symbolizing beauty, elegance and innocence. These 3 onesies are a surefire hit.
Chinese Rubber Duckies (Pack of 12)
Pure, silly fun. Make bath time a blast with these classic rubber duckies adorned with the Chinese characters for good fortune, longevity and more. They'll fit right in with the boats, cups and other toys that make bath time full of giggles.
Chinese Zodiac Finger Puppets
This is an example of a really easy way to incorporate Chinese culture into play time. Little finger puppets are a super-common toy for toddlers. Why not make them zodiac animals, especially around Chinese New Year?
Dim Sum for Everyone!
Using beautiful illustrations and an economy of words, this book shares the spirit and energy of a dim sum meal. On a visit to a bustling dim sum restaurant, a family picks their favorite little dishes from the steaming trolleys filled with dumplings, cakes, buns and tarts.
Gai See: What You See in Chinatown
This fun introductory picture book takes you on a journey through a Chinatown wet market (or gai see in Cantonese). A little boy discovers produce, noodles and live seafood while shopping with his family in a lively market where vendors sell their goods from open air stalls, pushcarts and stores.
Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas
In this clever retelling of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears,” a careless Goldy Luck wreaks havoc on the home of a family of panda bears. When Goldy takes responsibility for her actions, she makes a new friend just in time for Chinese New Year. Totally adorable.
This book is about overcoming family language barriers when grandfather speaks Chinese and his multicultural American grandchildren do not. A charming story that gently teaches the lesson that our differences matter much less than what we share.
Hannah is My Name
A family arrives in San Francisco in 1967 from Taiwan following the loosening of United States immigration laws in 1965. A young girl named Hannah takes a new name, begins a new school, learns a new language and starts to adjust to a new life in America.
Kite Flying celebrates the Chinese tradition of kite making and kite flying and lovingly depicts a Chinese American family bonded by this ancient and modern pleasure.
Pearl Milk Tea Shirt
Pearl milk tea shops are definitely among the most popular recent trends to arrive in the United States from Taiwan. This toddler t-shirt is sure to win knowing smiles from passersby.
Stuffed Rooster Plush Toy
This playful 6″ rooster plush toy is is perfect for playtime, bedtime snuggles or as a fun nursery decoration. It’s sure to become an adorable keepsake for babies born in the 2017 Year of the Rooster.