Moonlight (Hardcover)

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Moonlight (Hardcover)

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Softly, silently, growing ever stronger, something moves across the night. What is it?
Moonlight.


A bedtime journey of every child’s most familiar nighttime sight follows the light of the moon as it spans the whole world. With the light, we traverse the globe, as the moonlight reveals itself in stunning, unexpected ways—from jungle to forest, from sea to valley, from faraway to right through your window. At once profound and playful, this mesmerizing story will entrance every reader into a sleep full of beautiful, transporting dreams.
Stephen Savage is an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator whose accolades include a New York Times Best Illustrated Book (Polar Bear Night) and a Geisel Honor (Supertruck). Polar Bear Night was a New York Times bestseller. He also wrote and illustrated And Then Came Hope and Babysitter from Another Planet. He teaches at the School of Visual Arts and lives in Brooklyn with his wife and daughter. 
Product Details ISBN: 9780823450848
ISBN-10: 0823450848
Publisher: Neal Porter Books
Publication Date: August 23rd, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English
★ "Composed of alluring and allusive shadows, shapes, and textures. . . . With the six-sentence text providing an almost incantatory counterpoint to the pictures' clean, geometric lines, and bold, flat colors, this is a lovely bedtime meditation on themes of universality, a shared planet, and quiet wonder."—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

★ " Muted blues and greens along with black and white are the sole colors used consistently and create a quiet mood. Simple, elegant language accentuates the peaceful tone in this poetic musing on a regular but fascinating nighttime event."—School Library Journal, Starred Review

"A beautiful tribute to the moon for bedtime—or anytime."—Booklist

"This gentle berceuse initially teases with soothing prose and intriguing visual misdirection. . . . Linocuts in blues, teals, and greens merge the Earth, sea, and sky into a dreamy continuum. . . . Sleep-resistant listeners may want to talk about places where the moonlight shines at that very minute, but a reprise of Savage's lyrical text should do the lulling trick." —The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
 
"Savage's lyrical bedtime book invites pajama-clad listeners into a moment of quiet wonder. Well-placed text complements the inked block prints to create a thoughtful interplay between shadow and light."—The Horn Book

"A stunning bedtime tale infused with a bit of suspense."—Kirkus Reviews