Yellow Moon, Apple Moon
Groundwood Books Ltd, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
In this delightful bedtime rhyme a young child bids good night to the moon, recalling all the familiar things surrounding her, from her pillow, her book, and her kitten to the swing outside, the robins in the trees, and the starry night. Written by award-winning novelist and poet Pamela Porter, the book is complemented by the swirling, joyful, and whimsical illustrations of Matt James. The words and music for “At the Gate of Heaven” (“A la puerta del cielo”), a New Mexican lullaby, are included.
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YELLOW MOON, APPLE MOONUser Review - Kirkus
In this bedtime mantra, a little girl tells the "yellow moon, apple moon" it's time to sleep before acknowledging the familiar things around her. She points out her house, her swing and her tree where ... Read full review
Can someone please tell me who wrote this English translation
("At the Gate of Heaven") for the Spanish lullaby "A la puerta del cielo" ?