A friend bought our daughter èš¯èš“çš„æ—¥è®°, the Chinese translation of Diary of a Worm, as a Christmas gift. It’s actually pretty funny – I think it won some awards or something – and so as a language exercise I’ve back-translated it into English (without ever seeing the original English text).
You can read along!
After all that work, and because it’s a great book, I put my English, the æ±‰å— and the pÄ«nyÄ«n together into a PDF cheatsheet and uploaded shots of each page into a photo gallery so other language students can test their reading comprehension. On the gallery page you can click through the pages and if you get stuck, either reference the PDF cheatsheet or glance at the captions under each photo, which also contain all the text for that page in English, æ±‰å—ï¼Œand pÄ«nyÄ«n (the captions are ugly; go with the PDF!).
Of course, if you like it you should buy it. Checking out author Doreen Cronin’s homepage might be nice, too.