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And If the Moon Could Talkby Kate Banks
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It is night. Inside a house, a child is getting ready for bed. A hall light is switched on, toys and animals are settled in their places. Papa reads a story, Mama comes in to say good night, dreams wait to enter sleep...And if the moon could talk, it would tell of the many different nighttime activities that it sees from its vantage point, outside the house and high, high above.
In this tranquil, evocative picture book, text and pictures illuminate interior and exterior nighttime scenes, showing us what the moon might see-and say, if it could talk.
And If the Moon Could Talk is the winner of the 1998 Boston Globe - Horn Book Award for Picture Books.
In this soothing bedtime story, text and pictures illuminate interior and exterior nighttime scenes, showing children what the moon might see, and say, if it could talk. Full color.
About the Author
Kate Banks and Georg Hallensleben are the author and artist of Spider Spider and Baboon.
Kate Banks is also the author of Alphabet Soup, The Bunny Sitters, and Peter and the Talking Shoes. She lives in Monaco with her husband and two young sons.
Georg Hallensleben is a painter who has illustrated a number of other books for children, all published by Gallimard in France. He was born in Germany and now lives in Paris. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries throughout Europe.
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