To learn a language, textbooks and teachers are of course very important, but language learning is about learning skills, not knowledge. Learning skills requires continuous practice, otherwise not only will you not be proficient, but you may also forget while learning. Teachers engaged in Chinese teaching called for the compilation of extracurricular reading materials decades ago, but there have been very few people responding. The good news is that in recent years, some extracurricular reading materials for Chinese learning have been published one after another. "My Little Chinese Story" is a new flower in this field. This set of illustrated short stories is close to children's daily life, highlights the characteristics of Chinese culture, and involves many new things. I believe that children will learn new things by reviewing the past and make significant progress in Chinese while reading happily.