Moon Boy by Carolyn Grace Garcia

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The Man in the Moon is so busy pulling the earth's tides that he has no time to play with his son, Moon Boy, who travels to Earth in search of playmates. When he lands in Poppygold, he carefully observes the customs of the people and then imitates them. But most people are suspicious of the round-faced visitor with the strange doors in his chest. Only Ed Bread is intrigued enough to find out what is really inside Moon Boy, and the two bond over their shared hopes and dreams. Charming and whimsical, the vivid illustrations help make Moon Boy a memorable read.

About Carolyn Grace Garcia

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Published July 1, 1999 by Beyond Words Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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What's in Moonboy's heart turns out to be all the things he loves: a crowded picture shows stars, whales, pets, crowns, toys and more spilling from the opened doors of his chest.

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At the overheated house, they are convinced icy winter is waiting inside the moon boy.

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