Chinese Deathly Hallows
Original UK cover… wikipedia
China is in the limelight again with Beijing announcing a children’s books expo to be held there this week, from July 17th to 23rd.
The first bi-lingual version of the J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, will be part of the available fare. In this version, the left page will have the story in English and the right in Chinese. Earlier, they had a monolingual Chinese version.
A popular Chinese Children’s novelist, Professor Cao Wenxuan of Peking University, recepient of the 2016 Hans Christian Andersen Award, also called the “Nobel Prize for children’s literature”, will be presenting his new mystery fare. A collection of children’s classics spanning the last thirty years by well-known writer Yin Jianling will be nestling with other attractions presented in this expo.
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