By Caroline Hatton
Illustrated by Felicia Hoshino
On a Fall night, a Vietnamese American boy named Nick shows his friends how to celebrate the Autumn Moon Festival, a special holiday in his father’s home country. See which part of the celebration Nick likes the best.
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About the Creators
Caroline Hatton was born in France after her parents moved there from their native Vietnam. She grew up in Paris, then attended graduate school at UCLA. Caroline’s books are inspired by memorable experiences, such as what her Papa always said about moon cakes or a friend’s tale about a childhood pet. She and her husband live near Los Angeles, California. Visit her online at carolinehatton.com.
is a graphic designer and an award-winning illustrator of picture books, among them Lee & Low’s A Place Where Sunflowers Grow and Little Sap and Monsieur Rodin. In addition to creating mixed-media images for children’s books and magazines, she enjoys painting children’s portraits, cooking with her husband, and decorating the walls at home with art created by her son and daughter. Hoshino lives in San Francisco, California, with her family. Her website is felishino.com.