The Moon's Lullaby by Josephine Nobisso

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In a moonlight city, the first yawn of the night begins with a baby's tiny mouth wrapped around it. Soon, the baby's mother is yawning, and so is the family dog. Then it¹s the moon's turn. And with that, the yawn travels freely all over a spinning world full of sleepy people and animals living everywhere from big cities to small adobe villages.

About Josephine Nobisso

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Josephine Nobisso is the author of 17 books, including Grandpa Loved, Grandma’s Scrapbook, and Shh! The Whale is Smiling. She lives in Quogue, New York. Dasha Ziborova is the illustrator of Crispin the Terrible. She lives in New York City.
Published September 1, 2001 by Orchard Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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As the moon follows its orbit in the sky, it sees the first yawn of the night “with a baby’s tiny mouth wrapped around it.” As the moon passes overhead she is caught up in the yawn and calls out a yawn of her own, causing all the people and animals below to rub their eyes and begin heading for bed.

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