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This historically accurate educational series on ‘China for Children’ continues with a look at some of the most famous leaders of China’s past. From the first emperor who was buried in a city of clay and ten thousands terracotta soldiers to protect him over 2000 years ago to the last emperor deposed in suit & tie during the early 1900’s, come explore these fascinating stories with your own little emperors and empresses. As always, Tommy’s books are worded with little ones in mind, yet provide enough educational nutrition for the whole family. Isn’t it time to learn more about the most populous country in the world, one that is on course to boast the largest economy in the world once again after nearly two centuries of slumber?