“VERDICT A lovely offering to spark sweet dreams, and a solid purchase for libraries and classrooms.”
-Barbara Spiri, Southborough Library, MA, School Library Journal December 2016 review.
“There’s something wonderful and mysterious about how this book uses the moon to connect us to people and places all over the world. Academically, it encourages thinking and learning about both geography and science. A beautiful book for readers young and old.”
— Dr. Mary E. Hobbs, Center for Science and Mathematics Education, University of Texas (Austin, TX) (July 2016)
“This just may encourage young readers to look up to the night sky and gain a new friend of their own. (recommended resources) ”
— Kirkus Reviews (7.2.16), 15TH Edition
“Our moon is so present in our lives—always changing and freely observable. So I’m delighted to see this beautifully illustrated book that encourages children to develop a relationship with Earth’s closest neighbor. The facts and ideas for parents and teachers in the back of the book are right on target.”
— Dr. Walter S. Smith, Helen DeVitt Jones Professor of Education, Texas Tech University, Director of the World Moon Project (July 2016)