Moon Dreams

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Templar Publishing

Review

How do animals see the moon as it progresses through its different phases?

A fish glimpsing the new moon through rippling water might see a wriggling worm; a hungry monkey who spots the crescent moon through the branches of a tree might see a delicious, big banana; a thirsty kitten might mistake the moon's reflection for a bowl of milk. But what does the moon mean to a little boy as he gets ready for bed?

This warm illustrated picture book is an ideal bedtime read for the very young. Die-cut pages gradually reveal the growing moon as it is seen, and interpreted, by a wide range of animals.

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