LunarTale (An Abrams Trail Tale): A New Year's Adventure (Board book)

LunarTale (An Abrams Trail Tale): A New Year's Adventure By Stella Hong Cover Image

LunarTale (An Abrams Trail Tale): A New Year's Adventure (Board book)

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A thrilling Lunar New Year–inspired, full-color board book adventure with pages to peek through and gatefolds to open—part of the Abrams Trail Tale series, taking readers on unforgettable holiday-themed adventures.

Written and illustrated by Stella Hong, LunarTale follows a brother and sister on their way to Grandma’s house to celebrate Lunar New Year. Protected and guided by the 12 magical animals of the zodiac, they’ll travel through the city into a vast tea garden, a serene bamboo grove, and across an ancient stone bridge to gather special treats for their big, celebratory family dinner.

Young readers will delight in the clever die-cut surprises throughout and the dramatic quadruple gatefold at the end that reveals a special, festive surprise complete with dragon dancers and fireworks. Look for the 12 zodiac animals throughout the book: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig.

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Stella Hong is a Chinese Australian artist currently based in Sydney, Australia, but working globally as a freelance illustrator. She spends her time creating books that aim to entertain, educate, and empower children. In her practice, she loves filling each page with wit, fascinating details, and layered characters. Every year she looks forward to celebrating Lunar New Year with her family.
Product Details ISBN: 9781419769511
ISBN-10: 1419769510
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: November 14th, 2023
Pages: 52
Language: English
Series: An Abrams Trail Tale
"Depict[s] a variety of Lunar New Year symbols and traditions...This sweet visual introduction to Lunar New Year will delight young readers at any time of year."—School Library Journal