<strong>Bilingual children's story with 28 colorful full-page illustrations</strong>
<strong>Five stars on Amazon - "The message is so sweet and important! A must read!" - Sara M</strong>
<strong>"I would do everything she did. I love it!" - Katrina, age 9</strong>
"Cake for Breakfast Every Day" is a feel-good story for bilingual families to share. The story is that of a little girl who imagines all the fun things she would do if she lived in a house with no rules. You'll be giggling as she collects 100 pets and puts a trampoline in her bedroom.
Written and illustrated by <strong>award-winning journalist </strong>Kathleen Rasche, "Cake for Breakfast Every Day" is simple reading for reluctant readers or those learning Chinese. It's meant to be shared. Take the story off the page, too. Readers can imagine aloud all the fun they would have in a house with no rules. Of course, in the end the child realizes having someone to love her is better than anything she can imagine.
Both the English and Traditional Chinese words are on each page! The story is also published in an English only edition, and in additional bilingual editions - English and Spanish, and English and French. Visit http: //www.cakeforbreakfasteveryday.com to watch the book trailer.
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