Indebted as Lord Chom:
A bilingual captivating retelling of how Lord Chom rises to power as King Chom from his secretive childhood, and how a street was named Cam Chi, meaning forbidden in Vietnam. This classic bilingual Vietnamese folktale is selected as a 2007 Outstanding International Books by the United States Board on Books for Young People and the Children s Book Council.
The Tet Pole:
A retelling of the traditional tale of how the Vietnamese people manage, with the help of Buddha, to free themselves of the devils occupying their country and thereafter celebrate this victory during the Lunar New Year Festival.
Tam and Cam:
In this Vietnamese Cinderella story, Tam faces the jealousy of her stepmother and stepsister through several incarnations. Tam ultimately regains her position as bride of the king who has loved her as a bird, as a tree, and as herself.