The Elemental Horses – 12 Things to Remember
Twelve special horses are waiting for riders to share a special journey with on the Elemental Horses Carousel. It was a toy, a teaching device and a tool for dire times.
12 Things to Remember book introduces the 12 horses. Each horse has a real Chinese word for a name. If a kid learns the names and personality of each horse they have learned a Chinese word. It is for both Chinese and non-Chinese children.
*For kids who are too young to read, it is to be treated like a picture book with the parents describing the artwork to them. The reading level of all 4 books is 3-4 grade and up. When kids reach 3-4 grade, the stories they read have less and less artwork as they are supposed to be able to have strong imaginations. That is a problem for those with weak vocabulary. People who struggle with language rely on visuals to help them understand what words mean. It is also to get kids who do not like to read, to read about the interesting artwork they are looking at.
About Diana Huang (Orange County, California Author)
Artist, Art Teacher, Activist & Professional Daydreamer
Author and Illustrator of The Elemental Horses book series
Diana Huang is a professional artist who has been teaching & mentoring for 15+ years. By working for various clients and companies, she shows to her students how important basic art skills are applied to various industries.
Born and raised in Southern California to Chinese immigrant parents, life was a constant struggle to find identity and figure out what is right, what is true and what is real. Her studies and creative works produced have been in pursuit of figuring out and establishing her own professional identity in the United States. Her current art project explores idioms in a humorous way. Another writing project in the works, a science fiction/fantasy novel for your readers grades 4 and up, explores some of the issues she had to deal with while growing up.