Lady of Ch'iao Kuo

Warrior of the South

Yep, Laurence

Book - 2001
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Lady of Ch'iao Kuo
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In 531 A.D., a fifteen-year-old princess of the Hsien tribe in southern China keeps a diary which describes her role as liaison between her own people and the local Chinese colonists, in times of both peace and war.

Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2001
ISBN: 0439164834
Branch Call Number: j YEP
Characteristics: 300 p. :,ill. ;,20 cm

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In 531 A.D., a fifteen-year-old princess of the Hsien tribe in southern China keeps a diary which describes her role as liaison between her own people and the local Chinese colonists, in times of both peace and war.


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Mar 12, 2014

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Jul 11, 2014
  • sfogs rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

All the things you never knew, suddenly become clearer to you...
1.)Lady of Ch'iao Kuo was NOT Chinese but Hsien, a tribe that lived in the forests in what is now southern China.
2.)They had facial tattoos similar to those of the New Zealand Maori, Moko (the male one).
3.) They were at home in a forest which the Chinese deeply feared, and which the Chinese would later cut down, as they took over the south.

....Good book

Sep 21, 2013

good book . Shows a realistic view of her life . well something's are to hard to explain to a young child . Don't read unless you have a good understanding of the world .

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