"An entertaining feminist twist not to be confused with the orignal."
My youngest granddaughter who is two really loves the sisters taking care of each other and the dragon sharing their noodles. Her sister at 6 was also infatuated.Published 1 month ago by Ewhudson
White lady author has Chinese people doing karate (um, karate is Japanese... okay, sure, there are probably lots of Chinese people who study karate, but kind of uncomfortable,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by GrumpyTheDwarf
My daughter loves this book. We were replacing the one that has been read to pieces.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is a disappointment.
LOVE the original FIVE CHINESE BROTHERS and SEVEN CHINESE BROTHERS isn't bad... Read more
Got everything as described and promptly. THANK YOU AND WILL BUY AGAIN!!!!Published 6 months ago by brian chew
My 5+ daughter enjoyed the pictures, the sisters' different talents, and the ending. She liked the sympathy for the dragon as well.Published 8 months ago by Robert Houston
Love the story and kids at school loved it. I recommend this book . I wished the 5 Chinese brothers were like this book.Published 9 months ago by Amanda Lyons
a charming story of a familiar classic with a new twist and a good mate for the Chinese Brothers storyPublished 15 months ago by Constance Levy