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      Young, Ed.
      2011.
      1st ed.
      "In Ed Young's childhood home in Shanghai, all was not as it seemed: a rocking chair became a horse; a roof became a roller rink; an empty swimmi
      Young, Ed.
      2009.
      1st ed.
      A chick hatched by a hen turns out to be an eaglet who must get help from a boy in learning how to fly.
      Young, Ed.
      2007.
      Retells in verse the Indian fable of the blind men discovering different parts of an elephant and arguing about its appearance. The illustrations
      [sound recording]
      Young, Ed.
      c2006.
      Three sisters staying home alone are endangered by a hungry wolf who is disguised as their grandmother.
      [sound recording] :
      Young, Ed.
      c2006.
      Antonia gets her wish when her parents return to China to bring home a Mei Mei, or younger sister, for her.
      Young, Ed.
      c2005.
      Lyrical text and illustrations featuring Chinese characters and paper collage introduce the beauty and richness of China.
      Young, Ed.
      2004.
      1st Voyager Books ed.
      A retelling of the tale about a Chinese man who owned a marvelous horse and who believed that things were not always as bad, or as good, as they
      Young, Ed.
      c2004.
      A Nepalese basket tells the story of its use through three generations of a family.
      Young, Ed.
      c2004.
      1st ed.
      The nine immortal sons of the Dragon King set out to make something of themselves, and each, with help from a watchful father, finds a role that
      Young, Ed.
      2002.
      A young boy determinedly follows the instructions of the Grand Master in the hope of gaining knowledge, only to be surprised as how he acquires i
      Young, Ed.
      2001.
      1st ed.
      In his journey to a more enlightened state, a monkey must end his trickery and understand that there is strength in admitting weakness. Based on
      Young, Ed.
      1998.
      1st pbk. ed.
      Introduces the Chinese zodiac and relates how each of its twelve signs was named for an animal selected by the Jade Emperor.