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A little boy is fascinated by a stone lion down the street and has grown attached to it over the years. His grandfather brings him to visit it almost everyday. Then his family moves away. The boy misses his old home and his stone lion very much. Years later, he decides to pay a visit to his old neighbourhood. What he sees is heart-wrenching.  

​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 24 pages, 8½ x 11
Like many elderly people, Grandpa Joe lives alone. Since he is lonely, Grandpa Joe always tries to start up conversations with people in the neighbourhood. Everyone is tired of listening to Grandpa Joe’s repeated, meaningless talk – everyone except for a little boy who cannot speak. This little boy is a good listener, and has grown very fond of Grandpa Joe. When Grandpa Joe breaks his leg and is taken away, the little boy’s life changes forever. 

​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11
Wen is a little girl who grows up in China, a large country with a long history and traditional values. The world is full of wonders to her fresh eyes, curious mind and strong passion to explore. But at the time of the story, China was a society where girls’ inquisitive natures were suppressed and where lively young personalities were shaped to confine to the rigid social expectations. Wen, who refuses to yield, has to make room for herself to grow. 

​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by: Wei Xu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11,
Just when Little Wen starts school, her family is sent by the government to the countryside, to live like peasants. Her new life fascinates Little Wen, who is always curious about things that others normally take for granted. Little Wen’s strong pursuit of knowledge gives her mama one surprise after another.  

​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Wei Xu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11,  
When Little Wen hears that hair bangs are in fashion, she cuts her own hair. It looks terrible! But Mama still thinks she is pretty. When Little Wen writes “4” upside down, all her friends laugh at her. But Baba says she is being creative. When Little Wen sucks the air out of a glass, leaving a big, bruised circle on her face, Baba shows her how she can start a new fashion. 


Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 
Little Wen loves cats. Her landlady gives her a half-grown cat, but Little Wen has a hard time keeping him from running back to his mother. Little Wen tries everything she can to win her cat’s affection. “How can I make him love me?” is her desperate plea. With help from Mama, Little Wen learns what true love really means.  


Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 
Little Wen’s cousin, Tao Chi, is a well-known “rascal.” Mama warns Little Wen that Tao Chi is older and stronger than she, and he thinks that boys are better than girls. Little Wen laughs at that idea. She cannot wait to meet Tao Chi!

Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 
Little Wen’s family is very poor. For Mama’s birthday, Baba gives her all his savings and asks her to buy herself something useful. Mama buys Little Wen a pair of red leather shoes instead. But Little Wen trades them for a duck, and the duck helps Little Wen conduct more deals, perhaps more than Little Wen intended. 


​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 
Little Wen meets a boy who is serving his time-out outside his courtyard. Little Wen wants to play with him badly, so she sets him free! When the boy’s mother discovers this, she comes after Little Wen. Now, it is Little Wen’s turn to serve her time-out! 


Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 
Little Wen is a very strong-minded girl who likes to do everything her own way. Neighbours have a lot to say about her parents’ lack of child-rearing skills. When Little Wen chooses the “wrong” piece of material to be made into a jacket, her parents know that it will cause quite a stir in the community. What do you think her parents will do?


Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 
Little Wen wants to be a mother taking care of a real baby. Mama advises her to get a pet first. Little Wen’s uncle gives her two chicks – a rebellious male chick and an obedient female chick. Little Wen plays a “loving mother” to the female chick – only to learn that too much love can sometimes be a harmful thing. Her little female chick dies. To help cheer her up, her neighbours suggest holding a funeral party for her chick.


​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 
Little Wen’s curiosity gets her into trouble again. Mama lets her serve her detention in a room all by herself. Little Wen does not like staying in the room alone. With nothing to do, Little Wen stares at a blank wall and suddenly gets an idea!


​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 32 pages, 8½ x 11, 

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A frog admires other creatures very much and wants to adopt each one’s special characteristic. A magician helps by changing Froggy into exactly what he desires. But when no one recognizes him anymore, Froggy finds out that he is happier being what he once was. 

​Written by Ruowen Wang; Illustrated by Hechen Yu; Full colour, 24 pages, 81/2 x 11
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