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The Wild Washerwomen (Bilingual Book) - Chinese Traditional-English

The Wild Washerwomen - Bilingual children's book available in Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Haitian Creole, Nepali, Polish, Russian, Spanish, and many diverse languages.  Great for teaching English as a Second Language and foreign languages.
With its silly story and colorful illustrations, this is an amusing book for those who imagine what it would be like to get away!


 
Our Price: $15.50
LANGUAGE: CHINESE TRADITIONAL/CANTONESE & ENGLISH

Product Code: WILDCHC

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The Wild Washerwomen (Bilingual Book) - Chinese Traditional/English
Author: John Yeoman
Illustrator: Quentin Blake

The washerwomen - Dottie, Lottie, Molly, Dolly, Winnie, Minnie and Ernestine - work each day from dusk till dawn. They scrub and soap, but their pile of dirty laundry just grows bigger by the day! When their miserly manager, Mr. Balthazar Tight, gives them even more work, these washerwomen have had enough. Find out what happens when the washerwomen take a stand!

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Have you ever wanted to just throw up your hands and run away from it all? Well that’s what happens when seven heretofore tireless and hard working washerwomen have had enough of “filthy sheets, grubby hankies, and horrid socks!” Dottie, Lottie, Molly, Dolly, Winnie, Minnie, and Ernestine proceed to terrorize the neighborhood, climbing trees, swinging on church bell ropes, and generally running amok.

When seven woodcutters hear these wild washerwomen are coming, they try to frighten the women away by covering themselves in dirt and soot and making scary noises. But are the washerwomen afraid? No way: they are washerwomen after all! The poor woodcutters have never been so clean after the women scrub them up and lay them out to dry. It all ends well with the woodcutters and washerwomen “having the time of their lives.”

This is a great story for those of us who sometimes imagine what it would be like to really get away. Children will enjoy the silliness of the story and the funny illustrations.
- Maureen Barlow Pugh,
Culture Connection Newsletter
PRODUCT TYPE:
  • Paperback book