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The Khan’s Daughter: A Mongolian Folktale by Laurence Yep, illustrated by Jean and Mou-Sien Tseng [in AsianWeek]

Khan's DaughterLively tale of a poor man’s son who wins the hand of the Khan’s daughter through pure luck, faith, and eventually humility, in spite of demons, enemy armies, a mysterious warrior, and of course, the toughest of them all – the future mother-in-law.

Review“New and Notable Children’s Books,” AsianWeek, July 18, 2002

Tidbit: Yep was a guest at the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program’s literary event, “Three Chinese American Children’s Book Authors,” on November 6, 2005, together with Belle Yang. Da Chen had also been scheduled to attend – hence the three authors, ahem – but had to cancel at the last minute, alas.

Readers: Children

Published: 1997, 2002 (paperback re-release)

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