Book publishing

The May Moon Books

 

Starting in 2006, the Institute began to publish a series of books for children.  The first set, called The May Moon Money-Wise Box Set (or the Chinese version《美滿的財智》親子理財書册), includes a storybook for children and a book of tips for parents.

 

May Moon Rescues the World Economy is the second storybook, written to help children understand broad economic concepts and the causes of the financial crisis that plunged the world into a recession in 2008.

 

May Moon's Book of Choices (or《美滿抉擇之書》in Chinese), the third storybook in the series, helps children learn about ethics, money morals and how to make right choices when it comes to money matters.

 

All the May Moon books are now available for online reading and free mobile apps can be downloaded from App Store and Play Store.  Print copy of each book title can be purchased through mail order or at the Institute.

 

   

 

For enquiries, please contact Carrie Leung on 2287 7216 or email to hkicpa@hkicpa.org.hk.

 

 

May Moon's Book of Choices

                            

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How to make the right choices about money matters? It can be hard and full of temptation and traps are everywhere. In the May Moon's Book of Choices, May Moon has some advice for you.

May and her mother move to Sadtown, a place where everyone is depressed because they have no jobs. By making the right choices, May and the kids of Sadtown learn ethics and money morals, and finally save the town.

This is the third May Moon storybook published by the Institute. As professional accountants, this is a real value we can bring to Hong Kong families – sharing our special knowledge in a way that connects us to them.

 

 

 

May Moon Rescues the World Economy

 

As Hong Kong and the rest of the world emerge from a bruising recession in 2008, the Institute has published May Moon Rescues the World Economy to help children understand broad economic concepts and the causes of the financial crisis.

 

In the book, the heroine May Moon tackles the financial crisis head on. Bestselling author Nury Vittachi places her in a village experiencing economic problems typical of recession-plagued towns throughout the world. There, she works with other children to find solutions to economic problems.

 

May Moon

                (English version only)

 

 

The May Moon Money-Wise Box Set

 

                        

          (English version)                                                                              (Chinese version)

 

 

The May Moon Money-Wise Box Sets with a storybook for children aged eight to 12 called May Moon and the Secrets of the CPAs and a book of tips for parents called How to Raise a Money-Wise Child. The book set is offered at a deep discount to schools where our accountant ambassadors go to tell the May Moon story.

 

May Moon and the Secrets of the CPAs is a fairy tale about 12-year-old May Moon and her adventures with her talking book, which tells her the money secrets of CPAs. Through her trials and tribulations, May finds out that earning money is important, but getting a lot of it is not the secret of happiness.

 

How to Raise a Money-Wise Child is a Hong Kong-centric guide for adults covering such topics as how to handle a child’s cell phone and Octopus bill, how much allowance is enough or too much, the role of a helper in teaching a child about money, what to do with a child’s lai see, and more.

 

 

   

 

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