Thursday, January 28, 2010

Book Review-Great Moon Stories for Bed Time Reading

This week we found some great Moon Books at our local library *thank you to the Support your Local Library Challenge we're doing*

When the Moon Is High by Alice Schertle
Illustrated by Julia Noonan
Published by HarperCollins
Released April 2003
Daddy's arms are warm and wide. Someone snuggles up inside to watch the moon wrap silver light around the wide and wakeful night. Baby can't sleep tonight, and Daddy has a plan to relax them both: a nice moonlit walk. But it's not just baby and Daddy who are out and about. The night has an entire cast of friendly animals that hoot, tussle, and snoop when the moon is high. Alice Schertle's wonderful guess-who poem is matched perfectly with Julia Noonan's dreamy illustrations in this soothing bedtime promenade. (taken from goodreads)

This is an adorable bedtime story, full of amazing illustrations. Both my kids and I have loved reading this book each night before bed. My kids enjoy seeing what the animals do at night as the daddy in the story takes his little one for a walk by moon light when the baby can't sleep.
5 stars

When Moon Fell Down By Linda Smith
Illustrated by Kathryn Brown
Published by HarperCollins
Released May 2001

Moon fell down one night...
Fell upon a farmer's lawn,
Rolled about in sheer delight
On fields he'd only shined upon.

When Moon falls down one night, he and an adventure-minded cow roan up hills and down, wander through city streets, and finally return back home at dawn. A joyous and lyrical romp, this picture book captures the magic and wonder of seeing familiar things in a whole new way. (taken from goodreads)

This is one book my children have loved reading. It's full of great rhyming a cute bed time story about the night moon feel down and how he and the farmers cow when out around town. It gets some cute laughs from my little ones.
4 stars

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