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​Kids' Book Buzz review of "Barbarians and the Birth of Chinese Identity"

Intern Intern - Friday, July 07, 2017

Kids' Book Buzz reviewed the third volume in our Understanding China Through Comics series, Barbarians and the Birth of Chinese Identity: The Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms to the Yuan Dynasty (907–1368), giving it 5 out of 5 stars! 
 

"An invaluable source... Chinese history is a vast subject, but Jing Liu has a skillful ability to condense it all into an interesting and manageable narrative."— Kids' Book Buzz

Read the full review here – http://ow.ly/YiTf30dsqxC – and order a copy of Barbarians and the Birth of Chinese Identity and the rest of the UCTC series here: http://ow.ly/rZCp30dsqDN
 
 

 


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