Full Moon Lore by Ellen Wahi

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Most problematic of all is that there is no information about the “people long ago” or the culture or cultures from which these various names originated. Trite text and overworked art detract from an interesting concept.
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Every month has a full moon, and every full moon has a story. Full Moon Lore explores the origins of each full moon's name, from the Strawberry Moon to the Wolf Moon and beyond. Told in rolling prose with delightful nighttime illustrations, this story is a sweet look at nature, seasons, and the mystery of the full moon. Includes Moon Facts and additional back matter.
 

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Published March 15, 2017 by Sleeping Bear Press. 32 pages
Genres: History, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.
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Below average
on Feb 01 2017

Most problematic of all is that there is no information about the “people long ago” or the culture or cultures from which these various names originated. Trite text and overworked art detract from an interesting concept.

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