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The Color of Love - 爱的色彩 - cover

The Color of Love - 爱的色彩

Freekidstories Publishing

Publisher: freekidstories

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Summary

A children's book in Simplified Chinese that helps kids learn about the important moral values of tolerance and respect. Includes the following:  
 - The Color of Love 
 - Find the Best in Others 
 - The Blind Men and the Elephant 
 - Showing Respect

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