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Eugenia Chu / Early Fluency

Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival

Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival

by Eugenia Chu /

Illustrated by Eliza Hsu Chen

Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with this fun introduction for kids ages 6 to 10

The Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates the warmth of family, the joy of togetherness, and the enchantment of the moonlit sky. With captivating illustrations and engaging storytelling, this nonfiction book aims to introduce young readers to the vibrant and fascinating world of one of Asia's most celebrated holidays by delving into its history, traditions, and activities.

- Step into History: Discover the rich history of the Mid-Autumn Festival, tracing its origins back thousands of years.

- Explore Festive Traditions: Immerse in the customs and traditions that make the Mid-Autumn Festival a cherished event.

- Engage in Joyful Activities: Get ready to join the festivities with a treasure trove of activities for children to enjoy.
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Eugenia Chu

Eugenia Chu is an attorney, turned stay-at-home mom, turned award winning and best-selling children’s book author. She is Chinese-American and lives on a magical beach in Miami with her husband and son, Brandon, who is the inspiration for her stories. She enjoys reading, writing, traveling, yoga and drinking too much coffee. She has been a presenter at numerous schools, libraries and book festivals.

When Brandon was very little, the author couldn’t find children’s storybooks to read to him which touched upon Chinese culture and which included some Chinese (Mandarin) words to teach and/or reinforce his Chinese vocabulary, so she started writing her own. She is the author of: Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi (餃子), a picture book; Brandon Goes to Běijīng (北京), a chapter book; Brandon Goes to Hong Kong - Xiānggǎng (香港), a chapter book; and Celebrating Chinese New Year, a nonfiction book. She also has new books coming out, so stay tuned!

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