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Posted: Thursday, August 25, 2011 By Ni Hao Books

I'm so excited about all the new products becoming available now and in the near future on Ni Hao Books. When I was in China on vacation three years ago, I was browsing through a bookstore in Guangzhou. Bookstore is an understatement, because it was a whole multi-story building devoted to books. It was a "Book City". I wish we had those things here!

Anyway, while looking around in the children's section, I came across "My Reader Pen" by Hongen. I was really impressed by the quality of the pen and the books. It's very similar to the Leapfrog pens we have here in US. One simply has to touch the pen to the words printed in the book and the pen reads them. I thought to myself, what a perfect way to learn Chinese! It's a great way for both children and adults to learn the correct pronunciation of Chinese words. Ever since then, I have been trying to bring this product to Ni Hao Books. Well, their products are finally here and available through us. The first books available are Hello Teddy Pocket Books, Chinese Reading House for Kids (Beginner Level), and My First Books. Imagine your child using the pen and books to listen to Chinese words, sentences and stories. How exciting! You don't even need to know Chinese yourself. Click below to learn more!

Hong En My Reader Pen and Starter Set.



Another awesome product is coming from down under-New Zealand, the Magic Story Box. They are very popular in New Zealand schools for learning Chinese. The Magic Story Box consist of six-level sets of readers for learners who have little knowledge of Chinese. The complete series consists of 72 readers, big books and audio CDs. 32 titles in Set A, and 32 titles in Set B. The first two levels will be available through Ni Hao Books shortly. Please contact us if you are interested in the big books and CDs, which are perfect for school settings. The stories contain sentences and funny stories. I have been looking for such books for my 6 year old who can recognize some Chinese characters. These books will motivate him to read more himself.

The next two books have become my absolute favorites because I identify with them completely. These two rhyming bilingual Chinese-English picture books about a girl who loves junk food and another girl who won't go to sleep will most certainly help your children learn Chinese through seeing a little of themselves in the characters. I, as a mom, laughed out loud while reading them. They are also beautifully illustrated.

Sasha the Stubborn Sleeper Sasha The Stubborn Sleeper

 

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