Ten Mice for Tet by Pegi Deitz Shea and Cynthia Weill, illustrated by Tô Ngoc Trang, embroidery by Pham Viêt-Dinh

Ten Mice for TetA simple counting book to celebrate the Vietnamese new year, or Tet, which begins on the first day of the lunar calendar. At the book’s end is a section that explains the various preparations and traditions for the celebration. Illustrated with actual hand-embroidered cloths of amazing intricacy and detail that bring the playful mice to life.

Review: “New and Notable Books,” AsianWeek, November 28, 2003

Readers: Children

Published: 2003

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Filed under ..Children/Picture Books, .Fiction, Southeast Asian, Southeast Asian American, Vietnamese, Vietnamese American

One response to “Ten Mice for Tet by Pegi Deitz Shea and Cynthia Weill, illustrated by Tô Ngoc Trang, embroidery by Pham Viêt-Dinh

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