visión de conjunto:Críticas This engaging book is perfect for children who are learning about the history of one of the most culturally rich countries in the world. We think this is perfect...to learn engage and dive into the life of one of humanities most coveted roles. Illustrator Ben Wang has beautiful engaging drawings to have your children enjoying this book even more. -The Baby Spot blog Colorful cartoon-style illustrations credited to the Design and Cultural Studies Workshop punctuate descriptions of those who served the emperor the meaning of various military and civilian ranks the role of empresses the kind of food served even the symbolism of the emperors' imperial robes. -American Library Association What Was It Like Mr. Emperor? aims to make the past relevant and accessible to today's youth...This book is fun to look at and is filled with lots of interesting digestible tidbits. -International Examiner What a fun book to learn about the life of Chinese Emperors in the Forbidden City! This resourceful book is packed with Chinese history and engaging stories. Readers have the opportunity to ask emperor questions about his life in the palace his school his allowance and much more! Good read for ages 8 and up. -Miss Panda Chinese Reseña del editor **Winner of the Moonbeam Children's Book Award Bronze Medal for Multicultural Non-fiction - Picture Book** **American Library Association Parent's Choice Recommended Award Winner** Have you ever wondered what it was like to be the Emperor of China? In this book readers will get the chance to ask the emperor all the questions they might have about life in the Forbidden City. How was the emperor chosen? What was school like? How did he celebrate his birthday? Who were his friends? What were his favorite foods? How hard did he have to work? Could he be punished? Through fun and engaging stories reader will journey through the average life of an emperor and learn about the people who lived in the palace including the prince who fought off a rebel invasion the palace maids who lived in the Inner Court the emperor who ruled twice and the emperor who loved crickets. This book can be enjoyed by children and adults alike with lively illustrations that encourage reader interaction. Biografía del autor Chiu Kwong-chiu is an artist designer and professor who explores Chinese traditional visual arts and adopts groundbreaking methods to interpret and promote Chinese art and culture. He founded the CnC Design and Cultural Studies Workshop in Hong Kong where he provides guidance and leadership in the research interpretation and promotion of traditional and contemporary design and Chinese culture. He wrote the book In the Forbidden City also released as part of the We All Live in the Forbidden City series.