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Meilo So


Meilo So

Meilo So

Books by Meilo So

by Cao Wenxuan, Meilo So, and Helen Wang - Children's 9-12, Family, Family Life, Fiction, Historical Fiction

Sunflower is an only child, and when her father is sent to the rural Cadre School, she has to go with him. Her father is an established artist from the city and finds his new life of physical labor and endless meetings exhausting. Sunflower is lonely and longs to play with the local children in the village across the river. When her father tragically drowns, Sunflower is taken in by the poorest family in the village, a family with a son named Bronze. Until Sunflower joins his family, Bronze was an only child, too, and hasn’t spoken a word since he was traumatized by a terrible fire.

written by Philippe Cousteau and Deborah Hopkinson with illustrations by Meilo So - Animals , Children's 5-9, Education, Environment, Nature, Reference, Science

Acclaimed activist Philippe Cousteau and renowned author Deborah Hopkinson team up to offer a story of the powerful difference young people can make in the world. Meet Viv, who has a new home and a new school by the sea, and follow her as she finds her way in a new place and helps bring together a whole community to save the sea turtles of the South Carolina coast.

Written by Pat Mora with illustrations by Meilo So. - Children's, Fiction, Nature, Picture, Poetry, Youth Fiction

Here is a poetic ode to the beauty of the natural world as expressed by the movement and moods of water on Earth. With every evocative verse, we visit one of 14 different water landscapes and cultural areas around the world, each stunningly illustrated with a breathtaking view of a place of natural beauty and conveying a sense of the drama, joy, power, serenity, grandeur, or peacefulness of water. From the Grand Canal of Venice to Qutang Gorge in China, from the Sahara in Morocco to the Andes of Chile, we learn about the world through the lens of water, our most precious, life-giving resource.

by Amy Gibson and Meilo So - Picture

As profound as it is simple, this universal picture book celebrates people all around the world as they do the same things in different ways --- work and play, laugh and cry and wonder why. The lyrical story takes us from morning to night, as we all wish and dream under a winking sky. A perfect bedtime read, this is a book about the children of the world for the children of the world.

Written by J. Patrick Lewis, Illustrated by Jim Burke, R. Gregory Christie, Tonya Engel, John Parra and Meilo So - Children's, Fiction, History, Poetry, Poetry Collection

These poems tell the stories of seventeen brave men and women who were willing to risk it all in achieve civil rights for everyone.