Meet Me at the Moon

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Viking, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
21 Reviews
'I love you like the sun loves the earth,' said Mama. 'When you feel the warmth of the sun, I will be loving you from where I am.'
Little one is loved, but also worried. Mama must go away for a while, and Little One needs reassurance. What if Little One can't hear Mama while she is gone? What if Little One can't see Mama? What is Mama can't find Little One again?
Mama has answers to all these questions, showing Little One how to watch the night sky and listen to the wind and, finally, how they will find each other again where the sky touches the earth.
Loving, lyrical, and fall of a mother's inexpressible connection to her child, Meet Me at the Mon is a true treasure of a book.

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User Review  - Trock33 - LibraryThing

This book blew me away, of course I am a little partial to mother/child stories; they just make me so happy. Meet me at the moon is a cute little story about a mama elephant and her baby being away ... Read full review

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User Review  - E. Talamante - Goodreads

A sweet story of mama going away for a time, but always coming home. I work far from home, and this story was a sweet reminder that no matter how far I go, or how long I'm gone, I will always come ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Gianna Marino spent her early years galloping horses through Golden Gate Park and writing stories of her adventures. She has traveled throughout the world and now lives in Northern California, where she writes and illustrates full time. Visit Gianna at giannamarino.com.

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