Written by a child author who is in primary school, I HAVE THINGS THAT MOVE is the second children's book written for and by children in the bilingual Chinese-English DOTS AND FRIENDS series, which is published in separate editions in Traditional Chinese characters as well as Simplified Chinese characters in ebook and paperback formats. The audiobook version is forthcoming in Cantonese, Mandarin and English tracks. To stay tuned, sign up for news: http: //eepurl.com/b_etIj In the elementary school author's words: I started writing this book last summer, when my mother was testing my ability to write Chinese characters from memory. She would say the character aloud, use it in a sentence she dictated and ask me to write the character not only correctly but in the right stroke order. Then I started to create my own sentences and write them on the white board. Little by little, I came up with the idea to write this book. My mother helped me make this book possible. Thank you, Mom Thanks also goes to Grandma, who helped as my Chinese language consultant for things Mom was not certain about. Also by Ayotunde Agoro Dots and Friends Series I Have Friends I Want to Eat I Have Feelings What Do You Have? I Like Pets Where Are You Going? What Food Do You Like? I Have Things That Move I Like Rainbows More books forthcoming Sign up for our newsletter updates: http: //eepurl.com/b_etIj.
About the Author
About the Author Author Ayotunde Agoro is in the second grade. This is his second book. He likes robots, aliens and friends. He also loves his family. While he would like to make a lot of money from his books, he only hopes that he will earn enough to purchase his first iPad by the time he is eight years old. Find him at http: //ayotundeagoro.weebly.com. Sign up for new release updates: http: //eepurl.com/b_etIj About the Illustrator Illustrator Gloria Ng moonlights as an author when the kids are in bed. While she would like to illustrate and write more books, most days she very much prefers to sleep in. Find her at http: //www.GloriaNg.com. About the Editor After reading the author's bilingual text the first time, editor Emily Ng carefully inspected the drafted text in the entire book and tidied it up so that every person could enjoy and love reading the books. She felt very satisfied with the result and has a few words of appreciation to say about translators, who must put in a lot of time and effort