Happy Birthday, Moon is an English original, written by Frank Asch in 1982. This book is the Chinese translated version.
A little bear likes the moon very much. He wants to get the moon a birthday present but he doesn't know when is the moon's birthday. He climb the trees, paddles across the river, treks through the forest, just to get close enough to talk to the moon. At the highest mountain, the moon responds to his question. (It is actually echo). The bear gets the moon a present. Let's read the book to find out what happen next.
A simple and endearing story about kindness and about wanting the person you love to be happy. For older child, parents can also introduce the concept of "echo" after reading this book to your child.
Available in hard cover and in simplified Chinese. There is no hanyu pinyin in the book. For reading to the child, this book may suit children of 4 up. For self-read, this book would be recommended for children of 7 up.