Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Eugenia Chu

Eugenia Chu has a new release

Celebrating Chinese New Year

LAUNCHING DECEMBER 28, 2021!!!

Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is one of the most celebrated holidays around the world. This brand new #1 New Release book for kids explains the history, folklore, traditions, and customs of Chinese New Year and includes interactive activities that encourage kids to celebrate at home or in their communities.

This Chinese New Year kids’ book includes:

  • Diverse traditions—From festivals and parades to relaxation and cooking, kids will learn how Chinese New Year is celebrated in different ways.
  • Fun, hands-on activities—Kids can explore a variety of ways to get festive, like making Chinese dumplings, paper lanterns, and their very own Chinese Zodiac calendar.
  • Fascinating facts and pictures—Colorful illustrations and fascinating factoids help bring Chinese New Year to life for your child.

Get little ones excited to learn about this beloved holiday with this standout among Chinese New Year books for kids.

Hi! I’m an attorney, turned stay-at-home mom, turned writer.  I am a first generation Chinese-American citizen and live in Miami Beach with my husband and son, Brandon, who is the inspiration for my stories.  When Brandon was very little, I couldn’t find children’s storybooks to read to him which touched upon Chinese culture and which included some Chinese (Mandarin) words and phrases to teach and/or reinforce his Chinese vocabulary, so I started writing my own.

**Signed books available to US addresses only**

If you are in the U.S. and have Venmo or Paypal and would like a signed book at a discount, plus a free bookmark and surprise gift, you can order them now here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LbugyaUHuhG3OtmVrK8sJ6AEwwbWEX8e0jEB-w1HyjE/

Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi (餃子) is my first “Brandon” story. It’s a picture book for little ones about a boy bonding with his grandma while making Chinese dumplings, called jiǎo zi (餃子). You can see more about this story by clicking the “About Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi (餃子)” tab in the Menu to the left.

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Brandon Goes to Beijing (北京) is my award winning chapter book. This book is for older kids, grades 2-5. It’s all about Beijing and a mysterious little panda! You can learn more about this book by clicking the “About Brandon Goes to Beijing (北京)” tab in the Menu to the left.

If you would like a peek at this book: Flipping through book

Brandon Goes to Hong Kong – Xiānggǎng (香港) is my second chapter book.

While on a trip to Hong Kong, Brandon thinks he sees a great red dragon – but is it real or imaginary? Join Brandon as he tours the city and learns about dragons in this multicultural, multigenerational chapter book which includes some Mandarin Chinese (Simplified) with Pinyin pronunciation throughout, adding educational elements of the Chinese language and culture. Is Brandon the only one who sees the dragon? Can legendary or mythical creatures ever be real? What do you believe?

I’m working on a few other stories, too, so please check in once in a while!  I’ll also be posting reviews for other children’s books and introducing children’s book authors on my blog.  Hopefully you will find some new books/authors here that the little ones in your lives will love!  Thanks so much for visiting my website!  

Website: http://eugeniachu.com

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Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/17045487.Eugenia_Chu

Amazon: amazon.com/author/eugeniachu

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