The Story of Chopsticks Holiday House, 2001 (32 pages, ISBN: 0-8234-1526-0)
"This story is rooted in Chinese culture and offers American readers an authentic glimpse of its traditions." — School Library Journal
"...a delicious blend of fact and fiction... Compestine's charming tale deserves a place in the multicultural curriculum... Xuan's richly colored traditional Chinese cut paper illustrations lend authenticity." — Kirkus Review
The Story of Noodles Holiday House, 2002 (32 pages, ISBN: 0-8234-1600-3)
"This story may leave your mouth watering for noodles and your chopsticks at the ready.... An appetizingly funny story...." - Kirkus Reviews
"Compestine's almost tongue-in-cheek tale is a nearly unbeatable combination of slapstick humor, fast pace, and food." — The Bulletin
The Story of Kites Holiday House, 2003 (32 pages, ISBN: 0-8234-1715-8)
Catch up with the latest adventure of Kuai and his brothers, as they create one of China´s most famous inventions -- with a few spills along the way!
The Story of Paper Holiday House, 2003 (32 pages, ISBN: 0-8234-1705-0)
What kind of trouble have Ting, Pan, and Kuai gotten into now? They were caught playing at school instead of doing their math!