Ox-Cart Man (Chinese Edition)

huo dong

Published by Nanhai publishing company, 2012
ISBN 10: 7544252833 / ISBN 13: 9787544252836
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Synopsis: This beautiful children's picture book tells a simple story: A father loads his ox-cart with all the harvested produce and homemade products of his family, before trudging a long distance to sell them at the big market at Portsmouth. After selling out all the goods, the farmer walks a long way back home. Describing the daily lives of the residents of New England in the 19th century, the book fully delivers the simplicity, support and diligence of the family, and the story of some ordinary people gradually rolls out in a picturesque and poetic background. In today's world of high technology and speed, the book may offer some different perceptions on life to young readers by introducing a history of leisurely and peaceful life.

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Title: Ox-Cart Man (Chinese Edition)
Publisher: Nanhai publishing company
Publication Date: 2012
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Used: Good

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ISBN 10: 7544252833 ISBN 13: 9787544252836
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Book Description Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Hardcover. Language: Chinese Publisher: South China Sea Press. a father of the family race throughout the year. hands-on what to do to fit in where the bullock cart. and then a long journey to Portsmouth Market to sell to all of the thing sold. and walk all the way home after a very long time. This is a 19th century New England residents' daily life situations. the book the story of ordinary people in the picturesque poetic mood gradually commence. a person is simple. mutual aid. hard-working. Bookseller Inventory # NC4314

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