Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, Mar 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Magic in the moonlightIllustrated in glowing paintings that seem lit by the moon themselves, this magical tale of a kite -- flown during the day by children, and mysteriously flown again by three monks in the moonlight -- will speak to the child's spirit in everyone.
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High on a hill is an old monastery. Inhabited by only a few monks, locals wonder if anyone lives there. Children who build a bright orange kite, dare to travel up to the monastery to fly their kite ... Read full review
Review: Moonlight KiteUser Review - Goodreads
The three monks took the vow of silent. Day after day, they work and pray. Then, one day a brother and sister left their kite on the tree near the monastery. Things happened to their kite. Who did it? Read and predict. What is the mystery? Read full review