Saul Gitlin is a widely-recognized authority on international and cross-cultural business development, marketing, and communications. He is heavily published and quoted in both offline and online media in the US and abroad, including The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Bloomberg, Le Monde, The South China Morning Post, and a very wide range of other news, business, and industry-specific trade outlets. He is fluent in both spoken and written Chinese (in addition to French and Hebrew), and holds a BA degree in Asian Studies from Cornell, an MA in East Asian Studies from Yale, and an MBA from Columbia University Business School.

What a fun and mesmerizing introduction Saul Gitlin has penned for young children to learn about China!


While Western adults need to learn more about China's culture and history as the Middle Kingdom gains more influence on the global community,  Tee Dog and the Magic Globe : China is the perfect book to launch children on their own journeys to understanding the country that will impact the whole world in a myriad of ways from culture to trade in the coming century. I highly recommend this book!"

---Shaun Rein, Founder & CEO, China Market Research Group Best-Selling Author of The End of Cheap China, The End of Copycat China, The War for China's Wallet China commentator on CNN, CNBC, BBC, Bloomberg, National Public Radio, and other global media outlets Corporate keynote speaker working with organizations worldwide

Tee Dog and the Magic Globe: China is a magical and entertaining first introduction to China for English-speaking children, with a practical side.


Young readers are introduced to a broad range of information about the country’s culture & geography and offered a first lesson in Mandarin. We learn that it’s not that difficult to learn to speak Chinese, and with China’s heritage of invention bringing us things like paper and umbrellas, maybe the country has never really been that far away."

---Mark Rowswell (a.k.a. "Dashan" 大山 National Media & Entertainment Celebrity in China, Canada and China Goodwill Ambassador

Tee Dog and the Magic Globe: China is an exciting and educational adventure that will entertain all young readers, while allowing children in families of Chinese origin to connect with their own heritage.


With its memorable rhythm and rhyme, the story is an excellent, age-appropriate introduction to international culture.”

---Lisa Skriloff, Founder & President, Multicultural Marketing Resources

In an increasingly global world, cultural competency is an important skill for children to develop early.

In Tee Dog and the Magic Globe: China, the main characters, Tee and Joey, take young readers on an engaging tour to gain a glimpse of China, appreciating aspects of  the country’s history and language, to its geography and inventions. The story is an exciting exploration sure to spark curiosity and inspire readers to learn even more about China.

---Lisa Gibson, Co-President, Families with Children from China of Greater New York (FCCNY)


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