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Books with author David Fleming

  • The Fearless Shark: Explore Animals and Opposites in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean

    David Ming

    Paperback (Yeh! Books, Oct. 11, 2018)
    Introduce your kids to Animals and Opposites in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.Great for All Ages: Have fun reading about a fearless shark compared to a shy condor, a noisy rooster compared to a quiet turtle, and much more. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.Pronunciation Help: Both Mandarin Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Encouraging Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his multilingual book Series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children your mother tongue or encouraging bilingual/trilingual flexibility, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.
  • Saturday Boy

    David Fleming

    eBook (Viking Books for Young Readers, June 13, 2013)
    If there's one thing I've learned from comic books, it's that everybody has a weakness—something that can totally ruin their day without fail.For the wolfman it's a silver bullet. For Superman it's Kryptonite. For me it was a letter.With one letter, my dad was sent back to Afghanistan to fly Apache helicopters for the U.S. army.Now all I have are his letters. Ninety-one of them to be exact. I keep them in his old plastic lunchbox—the one with the cool black car on it that says Knight Rider underneath. Apart from my comic books, Dad's letters are the only things I read more than once. I know which ones to read when I'm down and need a pick-me-up. I know which ones will make me feel like I can conquer the world. I also know exactly where to go when I forget Mom's birthday. No matter what, each letter always says exactly what I need to hear. But what I want to hear the most is that my dad is coming home.
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  • Saturday Boy

    David Fleming

    Hardcover (Viking Books for Young Readers, June 13, 2013)
    If there's one thing I've learned from comic books, it's that everybody has a weakness—something that can totally ruin their day without fail.For the wolfman it's a silver bullet. For Superman it's Kryptonite. For me it was a letter.With one letter, my dad was sent back to Afghanistan to fly Apache helicopters for the U.S. army.Now all I have are his letters. Ninety-one of them to be exact. I keep them in his old plastic lunchbox—the one with the cool black car on it that says Knight Rider underneath. Apart from my comic books, Dad's letters are the only things I read more than once. I know which ones to read when I'm down and need a pick-me-up. I know which ones will make me feel like I can conquer the world. I also know exactly where to go when I forget Mom's birthday. No matter what, each letter always says exactly what I need to hear. But what I want to hear the most is that my dad is coming home.
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  • The Saturday Boy

    David Fleming

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2014)
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  • The Fearless Shark: Explore Animals and Opposites in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean

    David Ming

    eBook (Yeh! Books, July 14, 2019)
    Introduce your kids to Animals and Opposites in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.Great for All Ages: Have fun reading about a fearless shark compared to a shy condor, a noisy rooster compared to a quiet turtle, and much more. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.Pronunciation Help: Both Mandarin Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Encouraging Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his multilingual book Series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children your mother tongue or encouraging bilingual/trilingual flexibility, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.
  • One Red Bicycle: Explore Numbers, Colors, and Vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean

    David Ming

    Paperback (Yeh Books, Oct. 5, 2018)
    Introduce your kids to colors, numbers, and vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.Great for All Ages: Have fun counting from 1 to 10, starting with One Red Bicycle and building up to Ten White Airplanes. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.Thoughtful Translations: The last few pages summarize all colors, numbers, and vehicles, including multiple translations when concepts are known by different words in different countries. Cars, for example, may be called Coches in Mexico or Carros in Venezuela. Likewise, in Mandarin Chinese, there is more than one way to say Bus. Some people will say GōngGòng QìChē, while others will use the transliterated words BāShì.Pronunciation Help: Both Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Growing up to be Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming created his multilingual book series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children your mother tongue or encouraging bilingual/trilingual flexibility, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.
  • The Fantastic Fig: Explore Fruits, Vegetables, and Shapes in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean

    David Ming

    Paperback (Yeh Books, Oct. 5, 2018)
    From triangular watermelon wedges to six-sided pomegranates, The Fantastic Fig introduces your kids to basic shapes through a collection of illustrated fruits & vegetables.Great for all Ages: This imaginative picture book covers foods ranging from ordinary oranges to exotic star fruit. Every page features fun artwork and helpful translations in English, Spanish, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified), and Korean. Thoughtful Translations: The last few pages summarize all foods & shapes into a concise study sheet, including different regional translations for concepts known by different names in different countries. Strawberries, for example, can be called Fresas in Mexico or Frutillas in Chile. Likewise, in Mandarin Chinese, both WǔJiǎoXíng and Wǔ Biān Xíng can refer to a Pentagon.Pronunciation Help: Both Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Growing into Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his multilingual book series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children your mother tongue or encouraging bilingual/trilingual flexibility, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.
  • The Saturday Boy by David Fleming

    David Fleming

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 24, 1737)
    None
  • One Red Bicycle: Numbers, Colors, and Vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean

    David Ming

    eBook (Yeh! Books, Oct. 4, 2018)
    Introduce your kids to colors, numbers, and vehicles in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Korean.Great for All Ages: Have fun counting from 1 to 10, starting with One Red Bicycle and building up to Ten White Airplanes. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.Thoughtful Translations: The last few pages summarize all colors, numbers, and vehicles, including multiple translations when concepts are known by different words in different countries. Cars, for example, may be called Coches in Mexico or Carros in Venezuela. Likewise, in Mandarin Chinese, there is more than one way to say Bus. Some people will say GōngGòng QìChē, while others will use the transliterated words BāShì.Pronunciation Help: Both Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Growing up to be Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming created his multilingual book series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children your mother tongue or encouraging bilingual/trilingual flexibility, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.
  • The Fantastic Fig: Fruits, Vegetables, and Shapes in English, Spanish, Chinese & Korean

    David Ming

    eBook (Yeh! Books, Oct. 4, 2018)
    From triangular watermelon wedges to six-sided pomegranates, The Fantastic Fig introduces your kids to basic shapes through a collection of illustrated fruits & vegetables.Great for all Ages: This imaginative picture book covers foods ranging from ordinary oranges to exotic star fruit. Every page features fun artwork and helpful translations in English, Spanish, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified), and Korean. Thoughtful Translations: The last few pages summarize all foods & shapes into a concise study sheet, including different regional translations for concepts known by different names in different countries. Strawberries, for example, can be called Fresas in Mexico or Frutillas in Chile. Likewise, in Mandarin Chinese, both WǔJiǎoXíng and Wǔ Biān Xíng can refer to a Pentagon.Pronunciation Help: Both Chinese Pinyin and Korean Romanization are included to help sound out words using the Latin alphabet.Growing into Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his multilingual book series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children your mother tongue or encouraging bilingual/trilingual flexibility, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.
  • Science and Technology in World History, Volume 3: The Black Death, the Renaissance, the Reformation and the Scientific Revolution

    David Deming

    eBook (McFarland, June 12, 2012)
    This installment in a series on science and technology in world history begins in the fourteenth century, explaining the origin and nature of scientific methodology and the relation of science to religion, philosophy, military history, economics and technology. Specific topics covered include the Black Death, the Little Ice Age, the invention of the printing press, Martin Luther and the Reformation, the birth of modern medicine, the Copernican Revolution, Galileo, Kepler, Isaac Newton, and the Scientific Revolution.
  • The Fearless Shark: Animals and Opposites in English, Russian, Chinese & Spanish

    David Ming

    eBook (Yeh! Books, Nov. 29, 2018)
    Introduce your kids to Animals and Opposites in English, Russian, Chinese, and Spanish.Great for All Ages: Have fun reading about a fearless shark (Бесстрашная Акула / 无畏的 鲨鱼 / tiburón sin miedo, a shy condor (Скромный кондор / 害羞的 秃鹰 / cóndor tímido), and much more. Every page pairs colorful artwork with precise translations in all four languages, including both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.Pronunciation Help: Using the same Chinese Pinyin learned by native students in China, every word in Mandarin comes with its phonetic counterpart in the Roman alphabet. Accent marks are also included to help identify the proper tone in Chinese.Encouraging Global Citizens: Inspired by his own multicultural family, David Ming wrote his Bilingual Kids Series to bring together children, parents, and grandparents across cultures and generations. His hope is for multilingual books to make story time more inclusive and fun for everyone. Whether teaching your children to be bilingual or learning a language for the first time, this book is for you.Yeh! Books. Explore Words. Explore Worlds.