Albert's First Flight

This is a heartwarming story about friendship and growing up. Albert’s First Flight combines gorgeous illustrations with an enchanting story. As children read, they naturally learn the albatross’ defining features. For children who encounter bottlenecks or face challenges as they grow, Albert’s First Flight finds resonance and elicits their empathy.  

500 Years Later...... 

There was once an old tree, an old sweetgum, standing tall on a hill overlooking a small village.
Since discovering that this tree is 500 years old, the villagers suddenly felt that they are not small at all.

The Story of Grandma Snow Flower 

Winner of the 2020 German White Raven Award. Chou Yih-fen, founder and editor-in-chief of Heryin Books, dedicates her newest picture book to an era, and all those whose destinies were shaped by it. One of those is Grandma Xueying, whose short-term memory is shaky but who still remembers that time as if it were a painting. The Illustrations contrasts the deeply moving story, with a mixture of traditional Chinese imagery and Western techniques.

Yu Kwang Chung Poetry and Painting 

Winner of the 2017 Frankfurt Book Fair Global Illustration Award. Yu Guan-Chung is one of the greatest poet in Chinese Modern literature. The illustrations very successfully interpret the classic poem by Yu Guangzhong. It can be said that the illustrations dance harmoniously with the poem. And their dance touches our heart.

Mimi Says NO 

Does your child often say "No", like Mimi? As they become more independent, children enjoy exploring their environment and develop a more clearly defined sense of self. In many situations, they tend to insist on doing something themselves. ˇ§Noˇ¨ becomes their pet phrase.   more...

Mimi Loves to Mimic 

Does your child love to imitate others, like Mimi? Imitation is part of a childˇ¦s nature, a means by which they learn about and explore their environment. This is a book that looks at the world through childrenˇ¦s eyes, vividly portraying their world of imitation. more...

Mimi Meets Books

Warmly presents how Mimi meets and falls in love with books. 

Mimi Goes Potty 

This book's fun story and vivid illustrations appeal to young readers. Parental acceptance can make the "potty" experience a happier one for children..  

Mimi Tides Up

Mimi loves to play everywhere. Her toys are scattered all over her bedroom, the living room, even the garden. Does your child likewise leave toys scattered all about? Young children require a sense of order, just like fish need water. An external environment without order affects the development of a child's inner sense of order. This lively, lighthearted story encourages very young readers to put their toys back where they belong. Repeated patterns, charming illustrations and an unexpected twist combine to make this little book one that both parents and children will want to come back to again and again. 

Mimi the Tag-along

Vividly portrays how Mimi loves to be Mommy’s tag-along.

Mimi Doesn't Want to Draw

Mimi does lots of fun things when her Grandma comes to visit. When Grandma goes home, Mimi experiences a change...

Give me a Smile, Bo

Humorously presents young children’s attachment to Mommy.

The Potty Story

Seven interesting questions about where animals go potty.

Mom, It's Sunny Outside

Shortie wants to be with her mother. It just so happens to be sunny outside."Mom, it's sunny outside. Will you take me out to playˇH" The vivid portrayal of a child's earnest wishes in this book and the emotional turning point when Shortie's mother puts aside her work to embrace her child, have elicited sympathetic responses from readers of all ages.  more...

Things I Always Wanted to Do, The

Being aware that life is limited helps us to better appreciate its preciousness, and use wisely the time we have left. This book touches upon several questions that involve parents and their children: What kinds of things do children want to do most? How should we make the best use of our remaining time? When parents and children read this book together, and hear a child's thoughts on these questions, the process offers a chance for mutual understanding. The simple, poetic quality of the text and unique style of illustration combine to create a sense of beauty that is full of lasting charm.  

The Musical

The boy and crew takes steps achiving their dreams.  

My Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter

Clara and Cora’s father works on a ship. He goes on long voyages that take him around the world. While he is gone, he thinks about his family a great deal. Clara promised to send him letters about what is happening at home. She mails the letters to every port city he lands in. Mother is an artist. All year long, she reads the letters and makes paintings about them in a book. It will be their gift to Father when he returns.

Missing Grandma

Grandmahas died. Fay misses her terribly, wishing that they could still go for afternoon tea and to the amusement park like before. Fay often looks up at the sky. Whenever she sees a bird in flight, she wonders if perhaps it has seen her grandmother. On Tomb Sweeping Festival, Fay goes with her parents to tidy the area around her grandmother’s grave. Suddenly, a gust of wind comes, carrying the card Fay made for her grandmother far away into the sky...  

Open the Door Myself

The thing that I worried would happen, finally did. Dad’s company was short-handed and Mom had to go help out. Before, when I got home from school, Mom would always be waiting at home for me. Now, I had to open the door all by myself. The poetic quality of the text and unique style of illustration combine to create a sense of beauty that is full of lasting charm.  

Me and My Bike


A young boy dreams of owning a brand-new bicycle. From this central theme, the tale explores his interaction with his mother, grandfather and friends, and we see how he reacts in times of both hope and despair. While finding that nothing in life is perfect, he makes the pleasing discovery of strength within himself. more...  

Left, Right


It's written for the persons whose most loved ones die.   

Welcome to the Heaven Town


Emma rescued a black wolf hunted by the hunter from the forest.   

The Little Stone Lion


The Little Stone Lion is the village's only stone lion, and its only guardian spirit. Everyone in the village loves him. more...

Not My Fault


The collective memories of childhood will always include the scene of a classmate being bullied and victimized. 
In such a situation, do we choose to stand up and protect him or her
ˇH Do we watch silently from the sidelinesˇH Or do we join the ranks of the bulliesˇH This book is written from the perspective of schoolyard interactions, intended to stimulate thought on the matter of "responsibility." The simply worded narration ends with a question, leaving the reader room for reflection.  more... 

Silence Can be Beautiful

Shortie wants to be with her mother. It just so happens to be sunny outside."Mom, it's sunny outside. Will you take me out to playˇH" The vivid portrayal of a child's earnest wishes in this book and the emotional turning point when Shortie's mother puts aside her work to embrace her child, have elicited sympathetic responses from readers of all ages.  

Where is Spring

A little boy sends his kite up to ask around ... 
Beginning with a imple question, "Where is spring?
"this poem lights up all the imagination of a 

season.From field to forest, form faraway seas to 

places nearby, Yang-Huan invites readers to follow the footsteps of spring and start a wonderful blossom trip.  more...

Summer Night

When the streetlights light up, bidding the village good night,Gently comes the summer night.It comes! It comes! Gently descending the mountain slope. It comes! It comes! Gently slipping down through the coconut trees. Yang-Huan has a talent for capturing ordinary life and transforming it into memorably charming lines. With rhythmic verse, Summer Night brings to children the sweetest, most wonderful recollections of country life.  more...


Leaves are cribs for tiny caterpillars. Flowers are slumbering beds for butterflies. All singing birds have cozy nests...
Home, in Yang Huan's eyes, has abundant possibility. 
His poem recreates images of little creatures in nature, 
evoking the tender feeling of peaceful existence.  

Master Mason

Master Mason was the best builder in town. Temples, houses, monuments... He received nothing but praise for whatever he built. Master Mason fell sick and decided to return to his faraway hometown to recover. When the village leader heard that a group of bandits was approaching, he decided to build a wall to protect the village. But Master Mason was gone. He called for Master Mason's young apprentice. What should the young apprentice doˇH more...

Changing Countryside, The


A simple little village, Where butterflies and fragrant flowers 
cohabited, the buzz of cicadas and songs of birds commingled,
enveloped by the stars and moon. One day, a bulldozer came... 
This book is composed of seven full-spread illustrations. 
The illustrator worked from the same perspective as previously, 
taking three years to meticulously record changes occurring 
in a small village over a twenty-year period. The book has 
moreover made a lasting impression, with numerous kindergartens and primary schools adopting it in their curriculums. Countless teachers have found this book quite useful as they lead discussions with students on environmental issues. 


The Coloured Person


A traditional oral story from Africa, passed through several generations, now becomes a wonderful picture book containing a challenging theme for young children: the issue of race and racial conflict. With simple yet powerful text and humorous illustrations, this picture book will offer children some witty enlightenment. 


Is Grandpa Wearing a Suit?


Bruno's grandfather has passed away. Bruno attends the funeral with the grown-ups, but doesn't believe his grandfather has really died -- he must be just sleeping! 
Bruno can't figure out where Grandpa has gone. Is he in the ground or in heaven? Bruno's efforts to come to terms with his grandfather's death receive a delicate and humorous treatment in this warm and realistic story. The confusion, distress and sadness that Bruno experiences can help readers become aware of, and give expression to, their own feelings. Gleich's powerful illustrations add beauty and depth to a touching and engrossing narrative.