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Some reading recommendations from PandaTree

April 7, 2018

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  • For immersion parents who don’t speak Mandarin we’ve written a two-part series looking at Mandarin from a linguistic perspective, exploring what makes it easy and what makes it challenging. Our hope is that by helping parents understand some of the linguistic features of the language they can better help support their language learner

 

  • Our new online Recommended Chinese Reading List for Childrenrepresents a partnership with the non-profit Great Chinese Reads, and is intended to help parents find high-quality Chinese books at the right level for their children.

 

 

  • Kids can watch or read classic stories herein Chinese, with many more stories to come.
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