Luli and the Language of Tea

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At Luli’s new school, everyone was quiet. Because no one could speak English. Not even Luli. However, Luli knew just the thing to make the silent class louder. Tea! But how could tea bring all ten children in the playroom together? Read this book to find out!

I loved this short and heartwarming story about children from many different countries forming friendships over tea. The art was beautiful, and I thought the patterns and shading on the teacups was really pretty. I thought it was cute that the artist gave everyone pink rosy cheeks and that one of the children carried around a stuffed bunny.

I liked that on the last pages of the book there were maps of the ten countries that the kids were from, the ways that people from different places drink tea, and s note from the author.

I recommend this book to people who like friendship stories and to people who like tea.

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Author Andrea Wang
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Neal Porter Books
Publish Date 24-May-2022
ISBN 9780823446148
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Issue June 2022
Category Children's