Children will get an inside look at Vietnam's vibrant culture, while learning through fun, hands-on games, songs, and activities! This multicultural children's book is perfect for story time at home or in a classroom, and is one children will come back to time and again. Young readers are introduced to many different aspects of Vietnamese culture, including: A brief look at the nation's history, from its mythological beginnings to its famous kings and heroes Tours of picturesque Halong Bay, the teeming streets of Hanoi and Saigon, the sand dunes of Mui Ne, the Dragon Bridge in Da Nang, the imperial palace in Hue, and many more colorful places! Try your hand at making authentic Vietnamese dishes including a Banh Mi sandwich, Fresh Spring Rolls and Moon Cakes to accompany the Mid-Autumn Festival celebration Relive popular folktales and legends like "The Legend of the Areca Nut and the Betel Leaves" and "The Legend of Trong Com" Learn the beloved folk song "The Rice Drum" and the lively dance that accompanies it Experience the sights and sounds of the Tet New Year's celebration as well as other colorful festivals like the Feast of the Wandering Souls, the Mooncake Festival, the Kitchen God Festival, and the Hoi An Lantern Festival Learn to speak a few words of Vietnamese, including greetings and the proper way to say goodbye Make a beaded dragonfly; learn about Vietnamese manners and superstitions; celebrate birthdays, weddings, and important events; and taste the local fruits and delicious street food dishes! Award-winning author Phuoc Thi Minh Tran is a Vietnamese librarian and storyteller who opens windows onto a culture she knows intimately in this lavishly-illustrated book. The charming full-color illustrations and photographs bring Vietnam's history and culture vividly to life.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-03-01 - Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Children will get an inside look at Vietnam's vibrant culture, while learning through fun, hands-on games, songs, and activities! This multicultural children's book is perfect for story time at home or in a classroom, and is one children will come back to time and again. Young readers are introduced to
Take a trip to Vietnam without a passport in this latest addition to the globe-hopping All About series. Author Phuoc Thi Minh Tran and illustrators Thi Hop Nguyen and Dong Nguyen open a window onto a nation they know intimately in this lavish exploration of Vietnam. The nation's rich history,
Type: BOOK - Published: 1989 - Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
"What should we tell our children about Vietnam?" That was the question facing junior high school teacher and Vietnam veteran Bill McCloud as he prepared to teach his students about the war. To find the answers, he went straight to the people who were involved in the war: soldiers, politicians,
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-06-01 - Publisher: Redback Publishing
Vietnam has a long and painful history of conflict but is emerging today as a modern country and a top tourist destination. Find out what life is like in Vietnam. Discover Vietnams ethnic diversity and how people live, work and play. Meet some of the Vietnams most notable people and