Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Book Review: A Moon of my Own

A MOON OF MY OWN by Jennifer Rustgi tells the charming story of a young girl exploring the world with the moon as a companion.
This imaginative adventure follows a child as she visits the seven continents and experiences the phases of the moon. The book includes information about each area of the world featured in the story along with facts about the phases of the moon. The text concludes with activities for further learning.
Through shades of blue along with black silhouettes, the simple illustrations bring the moon and night sky to life.
Librarians will find this book to be a wonderful way to connect the science of the moon with an engaging narrative.
To learn more about the author, go to http://amoonofmyown.com/.
Published by Dawn Publications on September 1, 2016. ARC courtesy of the publisher.