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  • Boy Dumplings: A Tasty Chinese Tale

    Ying Chang Compestine, James Yamaski

    Hardcover (Immedium, April 5, 2016)
    "Exciting storytelling and Chinese culinary traditions create a delicious book for young readers."—San Francisco ChronicleThis hilarious tale is redesigned, featuring revised illustrations and a new bilingual simplified Chinese translation.Long ago in old Beijing, a hungry ghost finds a boy, who doesn't want to become a midnight snack! What wackiness ensues when the child tempts the ghost to make the tricky "Boy Dumplings" recipe?"This exciting and witty Chinese folktale will leave readers hungry for the end of the story and for dumplings as well!" - Good English
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  • Boy Dumplings

    Ying Chang Compestine, James Yamasaki

    Hardcover (Holiday House, Aug. 1, 2009)
    When a hungry ghost threatens to gobble up a plump little boy, the boy tricks the ghost by convincing him to prepare an elaborate recipe first.
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  • Boy Dumplings

    Ying Chang Compestine, James Yamasaki

    Hardcover (Holiday House, Aug. 1, 2009)
    As night falls, one hungry ghost is looking for his dinner. Yum! He spots a plump, delicious-looking boy just right for boy dumplings. Even better, the boy knows the perfect recipe. He sends the ghost all over China for stinky garlic, wormy cabbage, and moldy dumpling wrappers. There's always one more ingredient the boy tells the ghost to find, but the hungry ghost knows the boy dumplings will be worth it. But when dawn arrives, will this crafty youngster escape--or will the plan he's cooked up lead him to the cooking pot?
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  • Boy Dumplings: A Tasty Chinese Tale by Ying Chang Compestine

    Ying Chang Compestine

    Hardcover (Immedium, March 15, 1819)
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  • Boy Dumplings: A Tasty Chinese Tale

    Ying Chang Compestine, James Yamaski

    eBook (Immedium, June 21, 2019)
    "Exciting storytelling and Chinese culinary traditions create a delicious book for young readers."—San Francisco ChronicleThis hilarious tale is redesigned, featuring revised illustrations and a new bilingual simplified Chinese translation.Long ago in old Beijing, a hungry ghost finds a boy, who doesn't want to become a midnight snack! What wackiness ensues when the child tempts the ghost to make the tricky "Boy Dumplings" recipe?"This exciting and witty Chinese folktale will leave readers hungry for the end of the story and for dumplings as well!" - Good English