Moonlight by Helen V. Griffith

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In richly colored paintings, illustrator Laura Dronzek shows the buttery moon sending out shafts of light that curl and swirl through the indigo heavens.
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Rabbit waits for the moon.
But the moon takes its time,
so Rabbit hops back to his burrow and goes to sleep.
What happens in the world when Rabbit isn’t looking?
Well . . . magic.
And moonlight. . . .
The goats on the mountainside see it.
The deer, birds, and raccoons see it.
Even the fish see it.
And finally, happily,
Rabbit does, too.
Do you?

 

About Helen V. Griffith

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Helen V. Griffith is the author of many award-winning books for children, including the Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book Georgia Music, illustrated by James Stevenson, and the ALA Notable Books Grandaddy and Janetta, Grandaddy’s Place, and Grandaddy’s Stars (all illustrated by James Stevenson). Helen Griffith lives in Wilmington, Delaware. Laura Dronzek is a painter whose work has been exhibited nationally. Her picture books include the acclaimed Birds, by Kevin Henkes; Oh!, by Kevin Henkes; White Is for Blueberry, by George Shannon; and Tippy-Toe Chick, Go!, by George Shannon. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
 
Published January 24, 2012 by Greenwillow Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.
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Reviewed by Meghan Cox Gurdon on Jan 21 2012

In richly colored paintings, illustrator Laura Dronzek shows the buttery moon sending out shafts of light that curl and swirl through the indigo heavens.

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