The novel Quê Nội was first published by Kim Đồng Publishing House in 1974. It tells the story of Cục, a boy from Quang Nam’s Hoa Phuoc Village, the writer’s homeland, who lives during the nation’s August Revolutionary period in 1945. … [Read more...] about Children’s books by famed late author reprinted
Bible 66 books over 40 authors
"The author Nguyễn Nhật Ánh is one of the best-selling authors in Việt Nam. The story Give Me a Ticket to My Childhood won the ASEAN Literature Award in 2010. Passing by Daisies printed in the book is also an excellent youth story. We hope that this book will contribute to promoting Japan-Vietnam mutual understanding and enhances the closeness of the two countries,” Daido Life foundation, which is dedicated tointroducing modern works of literature from neighbouring Asian countries to Japanese readers, said about the book. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese bestselling book published in Japan
When being asked about Mien, one of the typical poor people in the commune, people here said her family is very poor but their will is great. Her three children have pursued tertiary education with loans from the Vietnam Bank for Social Policies. The one-floor wooden house is quite old, as if it is telling a story about the situation of Mien's family. … [Read more...] about When the Party’s Directive 40 spreads in life!
He wrote more than 30 fiction books, and many short stories, poems and screenplays for theatre and films. His famous books, including Cái Mai (The World of Mai) released in 1967 and Vượn Hú (Screaming Apes) released in 1993, are about children and their points of view. … [Read more...] about Children’s books by famed late author Võ Quảng reprinted
He is one of the city’s few authors who write for children, and has penned many contemporary classics, including Kinh Van Hoa (Kaleidoscope) and Thang Quy Nho (The Mischievous Boy), which are favorites of thousands of children and teenagers around the country. … [Read more...] about Another best-selling children’s book by famous author translated into Japanese