The Multicultural Minute #9: Frankfurt Book Fair

| | Comments (2)
I just returned from Europe on Tuesday! My college roommate and I went to the Frankfurt Book Fair, and then turned it into a bit of a vacation. After Frankfurt, we traveled on to Bruge and Amsterdam, and had a whirlwind of a great time.

I was planning to post this video last week while I was there, really I was. But I was thwarted by my technology and couldn't edit it until today. So pretend that it's actually live and coming to you directly from Frankfurt.



The exhibit on the history of printing was part of China's country exhibit at the book fair "forum." The room was set up as a little museum, showroom, and press conference stage, all with the aim of showcasing Chinese publishing.

2 Comments

That was a cool view at the history of books in China. I enjoyed it.

This is a second comment today, but I've just discovered your blog site and went browsing through it. I've sent your site to the school librarian, Eva Chu, where I used to teach (and where I'm doing a book signing next Friday. She's really into picture books for all ages and cultures, since it's a multicultural school. I think she will love your site and look into your books.

Sincerely, Elizabeth Varadan






Shen's Blog Request a Catalog Events

Blog Contributors

Renee Ting is the President and Publisher of Shen's Books. She is the author of The Prince's Diary and the blog, Renee's Book of the Day.

Emily Jiang is a writer of children's and YA literature. She also blogs at TLeaf Readings.

Shen’s Books is a publisher of multicultural children’s literature that emphasizes cultural diversity and tolerance, with a focus on introducing children to the cultures of Asia.

Through books, we can share a world a stories, building greater understanding and tolerance within our increasingly diverse communities as well as throughout our continuously shrinking globe.

Feed

Enter your address to receive blog updates via email:
  • feed me


  • Multicultural Resources for Children

  • Facts About Japan
  • Here and There Japan
  • Kahani
  • Kids Web Japan