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The Moon Festival, also known as Mid-Autumn Day or Mooncake Festival, is a traditional festival celebrated by many Asian countries and ethnicities, i.e. China, Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and etc. It is a meaningful family unity festival to Asians, just as Thanksgiving to the Americans.
Chang'e, Mooncakes, and the Fire Dragon Dance
Grace Lin explains a little bit about the Chinese Moon Festival and reads the book.
A lovely story to present how the moon changes its shapes.
The Moon Festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Lunisolar calendar with a FULL MOON at night. While corresponding to mid-September to early October of the Gregorian calendar.
The book was donated by OBOW in 2021 AAPI Book Drive. Enjoy this read aloud by our little volunteer Ella Zheng.
Author/illustrator Grace Lin reads a chapter from her book.
This book will bring young readers into a fantasy crossed with Chinese folklore, a wondrous story of adventure, faith, and friendship.
*The book was donated by OBOW in 2021 AAPI Book Drive.
Author/Illustrator Grace Lin shows viewers how to draw a Chinese Moon Rabbit that can hold your wish for the future.
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