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eBook The Fourth Question : A Chinese Tale ePub

  • ISBN: 0440849101
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  • Publisher: Trumpet Club Special Edition
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Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. 1 v. (unpaged) : 29 cm. A young man named Yee-Lee goes on a journey to the Wise Man of Kun-lun Mountain to discover the reason for his poverty.

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Fourth Question: A Chinese Tale. by Rosalind C. Wang and Ju-Hong Chen. We're sorry, TeachingBooks currently has no multimedia resources for Fourth Question: A Chinese Tale

Fourth Question: A Chinese Tale. 0 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. We're sorry, TeachingBooks currently has no multimedia resources for Fourth Question: A Chinese Tale. To request that the TeachingBooks staff gather materials about this book or Rosalind C. Wang or Ju-Hong Chen, please submit the title and author on our contact form, using the "Titles we should include" radio button. Can I Touch Your Hair? by Irene Latham, Charles Waters, Selina Alko, and Sean Qualls.

ISBN13: 9780440849100. The Fourth Question : A Chinese Tale. Select Format: Paperback.

I discovered a Chinese folk tale for children called The Fourth Question. when I read it I was amazed at the correlation between the lesson of this Chinese children’s tale and the model of leadership I am putting forward for your consideration on this site. The story is about a Chinese worker, Yee-Lee, who wonders why he is still poor after he has worked hard all his life. This question troubles him so much he decides to go on a quest to find the answer. He goes on a journey to Kun-Lun Mountain to seek the answer from a holy man who lives there.

Bibliographic Details. Title: The Fourth Question: A Chinese Tale. com or call us at 310 722-0427 Contact Info: Nunsa Bronte Books c/o Nunsa Bronte . Box 7145 Ventura, CA. Publisher: Holiday House. Publication Date: 1991. Illustrator: Ju-Hong Chen. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Synopsis: A young man named Yee-Lee goes on a journey to the Wise Man of Kun-lun Mountain to discover the reason for his poverty. 93006-7145.

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