Some people live in big houses. Some people live in small houses. My home, however, is a little box.
It is very little, but it is very magical.
It has no windows, but it has a genie.
It does not have 3 bedrooms, but the bed can transform.
It does not have a large kitchen, but it's got a rice cooker that does everything!
The little box holds lots of happiness, but it also holds many secrets...
"Using a cute and lively illustration style, this book touches on serious and relatively heavy topics around poverty and housing. Whether or not a child lives in a Little Magic Box, this story will bring up discussion around equality and justice." — Principal Chan
"Empathy does not equal pity. This story shows us that all children possess the same kinds of dreams and imagination. When a child respects others, will they learn to empathize with them." — Hung Wong, Associate Professor in Sociology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong
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