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Who's The Winner? 誰勝出了?

Who doesn’t love to win? Winning makes us feel good, but is it everything?

In this colourful story book, Big Brother and Little Brother learn more about winning and losing as they compete in a toy car race.

Who wins the race? What might make us more likely to win? How might we feel when we lose? Why is it okay not to be the winner?

Besides learning more about this important life lesson, your child will also get exposure to English, Chinese, and Cantonese Jyutping in this bilingual book made for children 5+.

If you need help with reading the text, read along in English and Cantonese on YouTube!

Chinese Children's Books & educational resources for English speaking families.

Hi, I’m Samantha! If you’re like me, you’re probably a fellow “Jok Sing” who can’t speak, read, or write Chinese fluently (or all of the above). Now that you have children of your own, you might find it hard to introduce your Chinese roots to your kids.

It’s not too late to start learning Chinese! With teaching my own children as my primary goal, I currently create Chinese children’s books and educational social media resources with Cantonese Jyutping and English translations for children ages 3 – 7. 

Feel free to tag along with me as we rediscovery our native language (written: traditional Chinese, spoken: Cantonese) and teach our kids the same.

My Other Chinese Children's Books by Samantha Chan

Get Paperback: CA | US | UK | AU
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Get Paperback: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Kindle: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Paperback: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Kindle: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Paperback: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Kindle: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Paperback: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Kindle: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Paperback: CA | US | UK | AU
Get Kindle: CA | US | UK | AU
5/5
This is amazing, love the designs and illustrations too! What a great idea.
VC
5/5
Oh wow, super awesome! This is what I've been looking for. Thanks for doing this.
AM
5/5
Love this idea and my kids love the books. The YouTube videos are helpful for us who can't read Chinese but want to follow along.
JK