Sidney, Stella and the Moon

Publisher: Templar Publishing

Review

Sidney and Stella love doing everything together except one thing: they are not very good at sharing. When Sidney refuses to share his bouncy ball, it bounces so high into the sky that it hits the moon, breaking it into tiny pieces. Horrified at what they have done, Sidney and Stella are forced to work together to find a new moon, before they are found out.

This is a lovely, imaginative picture book with a familiar theme of learning to share with our friends. The pages are thick and glossy, withstanding repeat handling by enthusiastic toddlers, and the pictures are packed full of fun. A delightful picture book for very young readers.

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