As a folk culture, the zodiac signs are still in use today, and as the horoscope, it is closely related to everyone. The zodiac sign is a symbol of life for everyone, allowing children to understand the relevant knowledge of the zodiac sign, and to promote the development and inheritance of Chinese folk culture and traditional culture.
There are such legends about the zodiac signs. A long time ago, the Emperor Jade wanted to choose twelve species of animals as zodiac signs, and stipulated that the animals should be sorted in the order in which they arrived at Nantianmen. Rats, cows, tigers, rabbits, dragons, snakes, horses, sheep, monkeys, chickens, dogs, and pigs were in the running. How do these twelve animals come out on top? This set of books is divided into two volumes, each of which contains six zodiac stories. It tells the legend and order of the zodiac signs in a combination of three-dimensional theatre pop up flaps and stories. The theater-like three-dimensional design allows children to be as immersive as watching a drama when reading a story, which stimulates reading interest.