The Silk Princess

The Silk Princess

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After a cocoon falls into her tea cup and unravels to form a long, delicate thread, Hsi-Ling Chi, a princess in ancient China, meets a mysterious man who reveals how to transform the cocoons into silk.
Publisher: New York : Random House Children's Books, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780375836640
0375836640
9780375936647
0375936645
Branch Call Number: jE SANTORE
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 25 x 27 cm

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SchoolCorps Dec 03, 2012

Note: Picture book.

After a cocoon falls into her tea cup and unravels to form a long, delicate thread, Hsi-Ling Chi, a princess in ancient China, meets a mysterious man who reveals how to transform the cocoons into silk.

After a cocoon falls into her tea cup and unravels to form a long, delicate thread, Hsi-Ling Chi, a princess in ancient China, meets a mysterious man who reveals how to transform the cocoons into silk.


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SchoolCorps Dec 03, 2012

Note: Picture book.

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