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Georgette's Mooncakes (Chinese)

Georgette's Mooncakes (Chinese)


Two little girls found themselves caught up in the middle of an uprising in ancient China, as the Chinese revolted against their Mongol rulers. With a backdrop of mystical Chinese lanterns and monstrous Japanese kites, this story traces the origin of the Mid-Autumn Festival, weaving in the magic of mooncakes painted by one of Singapore’s pioneer artists, Georgette Chen.

SKU: 978-981-08-4544-5

    A mother of three, Adeline Foo received the inaugural First Time Writers & Illustrators Publishing Initiative Award given by the Media Development Authority and the National Book Development Council of Singapore in 2006. Since then, she has published numerous titles for young people.


    Lee Kowling is a children’s book illustrator. She has illustrated more than 20 children’s books and has worked with major publishing houses in Singapore. A designer by training, Kowling is much sought after for her water-colour painting.


    Title                       Georgette’s Mooncakes (Chinese)

    ISBN                     978-981-08-4544-5

    Book Size              260mm x 265mm (Paperback)

    Pages                    36

    Language:           Chinese

    Distributed by        Word Image Pte Ltd

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