Lin Yi's Lantern A Moon Festival Tale by Brenda Williams


Lin Yi's Lantern A Moon Festival Tale by Brenda Williams

Lin Yi is given money to buy items at the market for tonight's Moon Festival. If he bargains well, he can purchase a red rabbit lantern for himself. But he must purchase everything on his mother's list first! This heart-warming story will resonate with both children and adults, as they learn about the wonderful Chinese Moon Festival and the rewards that come from putting others first. Set in China, this story offers an opportunity to learn about Chinese customs through the accessible story of a young boy who has his heart set on buying a lantern for the festival. This book includes informative notes about life in rural China and the Moon Festival, celebrated in October. Personal and Social Development - Lin Yi faces a moral dilemma, and learns that doing the right thing for its own sake is the best course of action, and that luck may shine on those who act morally.

About the Author

Brenda Williams

Brenda Williams is a contributor to many well-known children’s poetry anthologies, and writes poems, action rhymes, short stories, and articles for early years magazines and books. She recently completed an A.B.C. frieze, with activities to support The National Literacy Hour Reception / Foundation stage, for ‘Practical Pre-school’ and she is the author of several teacher’s resource books.

Brenda is a former teacher and early years specialist. She is married with five grandchildren, and loves walking with her big friendly black Labrador over the Wiltshire downs.

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32 pages


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Publication date

1st October 2009



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