Top 10 Chinese New Year Books

    Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas
    5.5
    01
    Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas
    Written by Natasha Yim & illustrated by Grace Zong
    The Nian Monster
    5.5
    02
    The Nian Monster
    Written by Andrea Wang & illustrated by Alina Chau
    The Dancing Dragon
    5.3
    03
    The Dancing Dragon
    Written by Marcia K. Vaughan & illustrated by Stanley Wong Hoo Foon
    Sam and the Lucky Money
    5.0
    04
    Sam and the Lucky Money
    Written by Karen Chin & illustrated by Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-hwa Hu
    Ruby's Chinese New Year
    5.0
    05
    Ruby's Chinese New Year
    Written by Vickie Lee & illustrated by Joey Chou
    The Runaway Rice Cake
    4.8
    06
    The Runaway Rice Cake
    Written by Ying Chang Compestine & illustrated by Tungwai Chau
    The Great Race: The Story of the Chinese Zodiac
    4.8
    07
    The Great Race: The Story of the Chinese Zodiac
    Written by Dawn Casey & illustrated by Anne Wilson
    Popo's Lucky Chinese New Year
    4.5
    08
    Popo's Lucky Chinese New Year
    Written by Virginia Loh-Hagan & illustrated by Renne Benoit
    Bringing in the New Year
    4.5
    09
    Bringing in the New Year
    Written and illustrated by Grace Lin
    My First Chinese New Year
    4.5
    Series
    10
    My First Chinese New Year
    Written and illustrated by Karen Katz

Whether or not you culturally celebrate Chinese New Year, reading children's books about Chinese New Year can open your children's eyes (and yours!) to the amazing culture and traditions that are a part of this holiday that is so special to so many. In fact, as you learn more, you may just feel inspired to celebrate (even a little) in your own home this year, whether that be with the food (dumplings, noodles and rice cakes! oh my!), red envelopes filled with money, or giving everything a good new year's cleaning. In preparation for Chinese New Year this year, we've been reading a lot of books about Chinese New Year, and these are some of our favorites—we hope you enjoy the stories as well as the education!

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