Regards To The Man In The Moon

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Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Jul 15, 1987 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Louie's unhappy because the other kids call his father "the junkman." But his father knows that it's not just junk: "All a person needs is some imagination! And a little of that stuff can take you right out of this world!"

So Louie builds the Imagination I, a spaceship fueled entirely by imagination -- and blasts off into an adventure that will dazzle children and adults alike.

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User Review  - rjayne2 - LibraryThing

I think the big message in this book is to use your imagination. Imagination can make anything possible. I liked this book because it encourages children to use their imagination and that when you do ... Read full review

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User Review  - thnguyen - LibraryThing

It is a good book to tell the kids that anything is possible if you just put some imagination to it just like Louie did. All his friends were laughing at all the junk Louie's dad have and when they saw that Louie was having so much fun they wanted to join him. Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Ezra Jack Keats (1916-1983) grew up in Brooklyn and spent most of his life in New York City. Given in his honor since 1986, the Ezra Jack Keats New Writer and Illustrator awards recognize the most promising newcomers whose books reflect the tradition of Ezra Jack Keats.

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