Kathy Creamer
Price £12.99
Description Description

It is mid-autumn festival time again and Mr Ming is busy in his shop baking the most delicious mooncakes you have ever tasted. Everyone wants to know the ingredients in Mr Ming’s mooncakes, but he won’t tell them, as the recipe is an old family secret. He won’t even let anyone into his kitchen. That’s because he has another secret, a secret even bigger than his secret mooncake recipe. Mr Ming has… a dragon!

Madame Moneybag doesn’t know that though, and she is determined to steal Mr Ming’s prize-winning mooncake recipe for herself. When she breaks into Mr Ming’s shop, the dragon hears her and goes to investigate. When he sees the thief reading the recipe book, he becomes so angry that hot flames shoot from his mouth! Then a fireball bounces out and shoots up into the sky, taking Madame Moneybag with it. It doesn’t stop until it hits the moon. Boom!

The next evening, little Ah Beng comes to help his grandfather in the shop after school, and when they look up at the mid-autumn moon together, they discover something rather unusual indeed.

A charming, playful story about the beauty of the mid-autumn festival, based on the 3,000-year-old Chinese legend of the lady in the moon.

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Format Hardcover Book 36 Pages
ISBN 9780648652878
Size9.90 in x 9.90 in / 251.46 mm x 251.46 mm
Published Date August 10th, 2021
Kathy Creamer
Kathy Creamer is an ‘authorstrator’ who has written and illustrated more than 20 picture books, and illustrated another 80 books in the UK, Australia and Singapore. Her books include The Big Old Rambutan Tree, See Monkey, and Bigger than Yesterday, Smaller than Tomorrow. Kathy has gained many awards for her writing and illustration. Born in the UK, she has an MA in Children's Book Illustration from the renowned Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University. She emigrated to Australia in 2007 and now lives with her family in Armidale, NSW.
Amy Calautti
Amy Calautti loved to draw from a young age and often made up games based around drawing to entertain her younger brother and cousins. Amy now lives with her small tribe of humans who inspire her every day.
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