Confucius: King Without A Throne
Meet Confucius, the wise teacher who opened the first public school in the world. Read all about his life and his brilliant ideas, which people still study today—two-and-a-half thousand years later.
In Confucius: King Without A Throne, discover how Confucius became one of the greatest teachers in the history of China, but why he thought he was a failure before he died.
The simple language and beautiful illustrations make this book a wonderful (early) reader or bedtime story. It is suitable for all ages, but children aged 5-12 years will especially enjoy reading this book.
About the Once Upon A Time In China… series
China has a very long history that includes many fascinating stories, but often they are too complex for young children to read. For this series, Jillian Lin has rewritten the most well-known tales in a simple, engaging manner, for children from age five to enjoy. While some stories sound almost like fairytales, they are all based on true historical facts. Fully illustrated, each book contains the life story of a famous figure in Chinese history, a list of interesting facts, a quiz, and a map.
Other books in this book collection are:
- The Emperor Who Built The Great Wall (available on Amazon now)
- The Mountain Man of Music (available on Amazon now)
- The Dreamer of Stars (to be released late May 2015)
- The First and Only Female Emperor (to be released in June 2015)
- The Greatest Explorer in the World (to be released in July 2015)
- The Pirate King (to be released in August 2015)
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