尺寸：26.0 cm x 19.0 cm
Local Call No.：390 M35 v.21
Long ago in a small village, Uncle Wang took in a little homeless girl-XiaoCui, and the two depended on each other. XiaoCui was diligent and kind, and loved small animals. Everyone laughed at her and said that Uncle Wang's adopted daughter was "the mouse's daughter", because Xiaocui not only played with the mice, but also put leftovers in a bowl for the mice to eat. XiaoCui grew up and was ready to get married. Although Uncle Wang’s family was poor, on the day of XiaoCui’s wedding day, Uncle Wang put out a lot of dowry and XiaoCui got married happily. In real life, mice always scare people, but mice appeared in fairy tales and even Taiwanese folk tales and customs a lot. This set of "Chinese Folklore Festival Stories" is a set of twenty-five books which includes traditional folk tales and festival legends. Adults and children can enjoy the stories and appreciate the beautiful prints and paper art in each book. Traditional Chinese, Zhuyin, suitable for children over four years old.