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Publisher Description

2017 iBooks Author Awards

Winner - Best Book of the Year, Education (School Activities)

Finalist - Best Book of the Year, Children's Book

Finalist - Best Use of Inclusive Design In A Multi-Touch Book

Finalist - Best Book of the Year, Exhibit or Event Companion

Dragon Boats in August: NYC through a Year of Celebrations is a festive introduction to New York’s diversity—month by month. Young readers can look, listen, and learn about NYC’s many cultural traditions—Chinese, Indo-Caribbean, Jewish, Mexican, Puerto Rican, and more—starting with the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in Queens and culminating in a fireworks show in lower Manhattan on Independence Day. Celebrate NYC through vibrant colors, costumes, and communities!

This delightful multi-touch picture book features bold graphic design with vivid photo collages—and is enhanced with spirited on-scene videos, live music recordings, and a pop-up glossary linked by month.

May 1
QueensBooks.NYC, LLC
QueensBooks.NYC, LLC

Customer Reviews

Cynthia Brevell ,

So timely!

Let's celebrate all the wonderful ingredients that make up our tasty melting pot. While showing the uniqueness of each culture, Mr. Ewing reminds us that we can all take part in and appreciate each other's traditions. This book informs and delights with lively video and comprehensive glossary and is for grandchildren and grandparents alike!

Bibliocook ,

A colorful, super-fun ride!

Not just for kids — I’ve lived in New York City for many years and learned so much about my hometown from this incredibly colorful, fun book. Especially loved the videos of all the amazing celebrations that go on here all year ‘round. Just be prepared for some field trips — your child (or you) will want to go to each and every one.

Marsha Och ,

Dragon Boats in August

This is one of the most visually beautiful books I've ever read. The colors leap from pages which are filled with joyful images that children and grown-ups alike will love. I see and learn something new, every time I read Dragon Boats.

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