- Author:Daniel Liebowitz, Barbara Kanowick
- Title:The Mold Maker's Daughter: A Tale of Ancient China
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Persimmon, daughter of a Jewish mold-maker and a Chinese woman, becomes a famous panda painter. Living in the forest of Chengdu Province, she adopts Bampo an orphaned panda bear, but what she has done is illegal, as only members of the royal family can own panda bears. She saves the life of Prince Ting Ling with a secret potion when he is gored by a wild boar in the forest of Chengdu, but afterward his soldiers cannot find her. A poacher alerts authorities and Persimmon is arrested and sentenced to be beheaded. Will the prince find her in time?