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
Three monks are inspired by two children who bring kites to fly at the monastery. They revisit their own childhoods as they play with the kites under the glow of the moonlight. When the children ... Read full review