Moonlight by Stephen Savage

Published by Neal Porter Books

Summary:  “Something is on the move.”  Hiding, hopping, swirling, drifting, each page gives an action with blue, black, and white illustrations that show moonlight but not the moon.  The light ends up in a child’s bedroom, where she sits up and looks out the window to see the full moon.  32 pages; ages 3-7.

Pros:  I will definitely be sharing this book with my pre-K classes during the week they learn about what’s in the sky.  The lush nighttime illustrations and brief text filled with action words would make a great pairing with The Moon Is Going to Addy’s House by Ida Pearle.

Cons:  The cover and title page make it look like Moon Light, but it’s actually Moonlight.  Just in case you’re searching in Amazon or Titlewave.

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