If you lived in Bangkok, would you—
- Ride on a boat to get to school?
- Learn to dance with your fingers bending like melting chocolate bars?
- Eat your breakfast on the street?
- Bring garlands of flowers to your spirit house?
- Snack on luscious, spiky, stinky durian?
A day in the life of one of the world’s most magical places unfolds in paintings drenched in the color and nonstop motion of Thailand’s capital city. From a monk’s morning blessing to the scurry of geckos at night, from splendid temples to traditional canal houses, from glittering royal barges that bring history to life to trains speeding through the sky past soaring high-rise buildings, B is for Bangkok reveals the kaleidoscopic beauty of a city that makes every day an adventure for the children who live there—or dream of living there. With bilingual English-Thai text.
|Series:||Alphabetical World Series|
|Edition description:||Bilingual Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.60(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Janet Brown is the author of Tone Deaf in Bangkok and The Prince, the Demon King, and the Monkey Warrior.
Q Likit is an architect, artist and photographer who was a contributor to Lost & Found Bangkok. Q travels the world for work and for pleasure, but is always grateful to return to his birthplace and his home, Bangkok .