Inspired by the stunning visual spectacle of Walt Disney Studios' live-action film Mulan, now streaming on Disney+, comes a beautiful picture book featuring an all-new, original story.
Mulan is different.
She's not quite as graceful as the other girls in her village, nor is she as good at weaving as her little sister.
She gets distracted when her dad teaches her calligraphy, and sometimes all she'd like to do is ride her horse or stare up at the clouds.
It's true―Mulan doesn't always fit in. But with the help of those she loves, she finds that maybe she's just been looking in the wrong places.
Author Marie Chow is a former teacher, education evaluator, and engineer. A lifelong student, she has degrees in degrees in chemical engineering, teaching, an MFA in writing, and a doctorate in educational leadership. Her writing focuses on bilingual and English-only children's books that feature mixed families, as well as literary and contemporary fiction focused on Asian and Asian American characters.
Hardcover | 40 pages | 23.62 x 28.58cm