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Asian Heritage Month Book Stack

Book Stacks | April 21, 2021

Asian immigration to Canada can be traced back to the mid-19th century when Chinese workers arrived on the west coast to work on the Canadian Pacific Railway.

May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada and we’ve gathered a stack of books to help you and your family learn about the heritage of our Asian community. Use the links to find complete descriptions of each book.





Anno’s China

The Five Chinese Brothers

Ruby’s Wish

Water Buffalo Days

Chu Ju’s House

The Story About Ping

Tikki Tikki Tembo

The Tale of the Mandarin Ducks

The Story of Little Babaji

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

Inside Out and Back Again

Rikki Tikki Tavi

El Chino

Ming Lo Moves the Mountain

The Lotus Seed

Something Beautiful for God

Crow Boy

Once A Mouse

Grandfather’s Journey

Taste of Asia

by Adrianne Curwen

Adrianne is a wife to a public-school educator/administrator and a homeschooling Mama to seven children, ranging in age from 7 to 23. She believes that we have a unique opportunity as homeschoolers to design individualized education that suits giftings, interests, and passions. She and her husband have used a blend of registered homeschooling, enrolment with independent DL schools, and participation in public trade school programs to design individualized programs for their children.  She is passionate about using as many read-alouds, picture books, novels, and conversations to educate her children but also gets excited by the amazing homeschool-designed curriculum that’s out there.  Adrianne is thrilled by her new role as Communication Specialist for Classical Education Books and is grateful to have an opportunity to learn something new.  She is grateful, every day, for her saviour, Jesus Christ, and has no greater joy than when she sees her most important missions field walk with Him.


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