[Reading] ➷ A Moon of My Own Author Jennifer Rustgi – Anguillais.us

A Moon of My OwnA Storytime From Space Official Selection Read In Orbit, Aboard The International Space Station, By Astronaut Serena Au N Chancellor, And Now Available For Viewing At An Imaginative Young Girl Travels The World With Her Faithful Companion, The Moon In Her Enchanted Adventure She Visits All Seven Continents While The Moon Goes Through Its Cycle Of Phases As Portrayed In Silhouetted Art Explore More Sections For Kids And Adults Offer Information And Activities On Phases Of The Moon And Other Aspects Of Astronomy And Geography.

[Reading] ➷ A Moon of My Own Author Jennifer Rustgi – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • A Moon of My Own
  • Jennifer Rustgi
  • English
  • 22 February 2017
  • 9781584695721

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➷ A Moon of My Own Author Jennifer Rustgi – Anguillais.us

  1. says:

    I loved the silhouette illustrations in this book and different scenes from around the world.The main story is a very quick read and the kids and I smiled at the ending.There are several pages of back matter, explaining both the different scenes around the world that appear in the book, as well as discussing the moon and different phases of the moon.The book can be u...

  2. says:

    Absolutely love this book Me like that the illustrations are in shilloette Me love that it s a simple story yet so very interesting if you take time to soak it in And the part in the back of the book of the world map with the same basic pictures, encourages you to learn where these places are actually at in the real world A simple but very effective way of helping both young and old retain this exciting information Me also like that the ...

  3. says:

    I read this to my moon obsessed toddler and he lost interest by the third page My older sons, who were listening because they can t help themselves, all asked if I could get a refund So disappointed.

  4. says:

    Cute story, great illustrations, and I love the STEM tie ins at the back.

  5. says:

    My little guy and I both loved this book Nice pace and simple but pretty artwork.

  6. says:

    This book is perfect for those with littles that like the night sky and the moon It is all about a little girl who thinks the moon must be meant just for her as it appears to follow her around She describes a lot of what the moon is doing and what she loves about it.As far as the illustrations go, they are mostly of the night time sky The girl and anything that is supposed to appear before the sky is in black solid shapes, similar to how you see it on the cover While it seems rather simple, the sky is always very pretty and nice to look at which was probably the point of it All in all, the illustrations are rather soothing.However, that all being said, the story is actually a little simple and it i...

  7. says:

    I liked the illustrations, which are are well, luminous than I liked the text, which is mundane and trite I wish the images were complemented by poetic language The back matter is useful and informative and there s four full pages of it I found it curious that all the phases are shown the way they appear when looking at the Moon from the Northern Hemisphere even when some of the locations were not e.g., Antarctica, Australia, South America I guess I so...

  8. says:

    This book continues to stand out to me because there are so many children s books with very detailed, busy illustrations, and the illustrations in this one are so simple and pure A few colors, a few silhouettes Perfect for when you re trying to get drowsy for bedtime Plus, the pictures of the world landmarks gives the book an extra little something, an int...

  9. says:

    In this picture book, a girl sees different sites around the world The pictures are all in silhouette so you feel like it is night At then end of the book there are facts about each of the places and the moon as well.I received a copy through Good Reads First Reads.

  10. says:

    Inspired by the notion that the moon follows us wherever we go, this new book would work well as a read alone or as a part of a unit on the Moon or the seven continents.

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