Ping Meets Pang
Ping Meets Pang

Ping and Pang are both Pandas, but they don't look a thing like one another and that's a problem. Each maintains they possess the true qualities of being a Panda; the correct color, the size and shape of their ears, the even fluffiness of their tails. It is only when they realize what they have in common do they slowly appreciate each other's differences.

The analogy to today's political and racial climate points to acceptance of the other side's differences and finding common ground.

PING MEETS PANG is an educational tool. It is an allegory about inclusiveness and acceptance of "the other" told through two pandas. The story is meant to spark discussions about multiculturalism and body positivity, and inspire the protection and conservation of pandas. Includes conversation starters for further instruction and participation!

Book Details


  • Animals
  • Juvenile Fiction
  • Picture book

Age Level: 

  • 5 - 8
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Ping Meets Pang is a cute and quirky book about pandas and their differences. Two little pandas live in the same place, but they don’t know each other or anything outside their side of the panda palace. When they encounter each other, they are surprised by their differences but also their sameness. The pair of pandas discover something about themselves and each other throughout their encounters and adventures together in the panda palace.

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