The Dragon's Tears Japanese edition by Manju Gregory and illustrated by Guo Lee.
This moving folk story ells how the twenty four lakes of the River Min came to be called the Dragon’s Tears. When Chin Wah releases a golden fish he is rewarded with the gift of a magic pearl. But this is when his troubles begin...
A classic Chinese tale about luck, magic, greed, tragedy and reconciliation has much scope for discussion.
Guo Le is a master of Chinese brush art illustration, a form famous for its spontaneity and energy. This is Guo’s first children’s picture book. Manju Gregory is a storyteller and puppeteer.
Paperback, 26 pages.