Book Description

A famous tailor crab has a thriving business stitching clothes for the other animals, until the day he sews pants for a caterpillar. He decides he will charge $10 for shirts, no matter the size, and $5 for each leg of pants. But when asked to make an enormous shirt for an elephant and pants with no legs for a boa constrictor, he realizes his error and discovers the value of fairness, good customers, and good friends. A beautifully illustrated and thoughtful tale of fairness and friendship by Bingbo, the multi-award-winning author of hundreds of stories for children.

Bingbo is one of China’s best-known and most successful writers for children. He has published hundreds of children’s stories, winning over fifty awards for his work. These include the Chinese National Award for Outstanding Children’s Literature, the Soong Ching Ling Children’s Literature Award, and the Bing Xin Children’s Literature Award.

Gumi was born and raised in Chongqing, China. Since graduating from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, she has worked in advertising and illustration design for many years.

Book Details
22.5 x 0.8 x 23.9 cm - 40 pages
Release Date:
September 2016
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