The 32rd winner of Hsin-Yi Children Literature Award of Committee Recommendations
A researcher couldn’t get close to the penguins in Antarctica until he started to play the melodica. The music attracted them so he successfully examined and observed them. The penguins stole the instrument, trying to make a sound but accidentally breaking it. At last they lined up, just like black and white keys of the melodica, and made sounds by patting their own bellies.
Ａ prolific author and illustrator for children’s picture books. She graduated from the Pratt Institute with an MFA in Communications Design. Her works have won the Mandarin Daily News’ Children’s Literature Award, Hsin-Yi Children Literary Award, and have been selected as The Best Reads from the National Golden Tripod Awards for Publications. She enjoys drawing mice, reading, and the calmness of a weekend afternoon.