Luna Y Su Riquísimo Dim Sum (Storytelling Math Bilingual English/Spanish)

by Natasha Yim (Author) Violet Kim (Illustrator)

Let's celebrate diversity, math and the power of the story! Now in a bilingual English and Spanish edition!

On her birthday, Luna and her family go out for dim sum, but Luna and her siblings can't agree to share the pork buns fairly. How can five rolls be divided among three people? Should one of the brothers eat more than the others? Or should they cut the rolls into very small pieces so that everyone eats the same amount?

¡Celebremos la diversidad, las matemáticas y el poder del cuento! ¡Ahora en edición bilingüe Inglés y Español!

El día de su cumpleaños, Luna y su familia salen a comer dim sum, pero Luna y sus hermanos no se ponen de acuerdo para compartir los panecillos de puerco de manera justa. ¿Cómo se pueden dividir cinco panecillos entre tres personas?¿Alguno de los hermanos debería comer más que los otros? ¿O deberían cortar los panecillos en trozos muy pequeñitos para que todos coman la misma cantidad? 

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Natasha Yim

Natasha Yim was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, but attended elementary school in Singapore, and high school in Hong Kong. In 1979, she came to the U.S. for college and graduated from Dominican University in San Rafael, California. Most of her career has been in counseling or social work. It was through reading and telling stories to kids who were away from their families, that Natasha discovered the power of stories to soothe, comfort and inspire children. She decided she wanted to write books for kids. Natasha enjoys writing in different genres and, in addition to children's books, has written magazine articles (both for kids and adults), short plays, play and book reviews, and is currently working on two middle grade novels as well as more picture book projects.

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Guided Reading Level
Charlesbridge Publishing
Publication date
April 20, 2022
Storytelling Math Bilingual English/Spanish
BISAC categories
JUV009030 - Juvenile Fiction | Concepts | Counting & Numbers
JUV011020 - Juvenile Fiction | People & Places | United States - Asian American
JUV072000 - Juvenile Fiction | Mathematics
Library of Congress categories
Brothers and sisters
Spanish language materials
Chinese Americans
Chinese American children
Dim sum

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