Through Moon and Stars and Night Skies

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Harper Collins, Nov 19, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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A little boy living in a distant country is lonely. He needs a bed of his own, a room of his own, a house of his own -- and most of all, a momma and poppa of his own. But he must travel far to get them. He must fly for a day and a night through blue skies and clouds and stars before he comes to a place he can call home... with his loving new adopted family.

 

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REVIEW: A little boy living in a distant country is lonely. He needs a bed of his own, a room of his own, a house of his own -- and most of all, a momma and poppa of his own. But he must travel far to ... Read full review

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A child is adopted from Asia as a toddler. He sees pictures of his home and parents before being flown to America to live with them permanently. I liked how the author showed that the child was afraid ... Read full review

About the author (1992)

Ann Turner is the author of many acclaimed novels, picture books, and poetry collections, among them the novel A Hunter Comes Home, an ALA Notable Children's Book; Rosemary's Witch, a School Library Journal Best Book; and her two poetry books, A Lion's Hunger and Learning to Swim, both ALA Best Books for Young Adults. Ann Turner's historical picture books include Abe Lincoln Remembers, an NCSS/CBC Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies; When Mr. Jefferson Came to Philadelphia; Drummer Boy; and Nettie's Trip South. Among her other picture books are Through Moon and Stars and Night Skies, a Reading Rainbow selection, and Dakota Dugout, an ALA Notable Children's Book. Ms. Turner lives in Williamsburg, Massachusetts, with her husband and two children.

Franklyn M. Branley was a co-founder of the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out series, and he has written more than 140 popular science titles for children including What Makes a Magnet? He lives in Sag Harbor, NY.

James Graham Hale has illustrated numerous children's books, including another Let's-Read-and-Find-Out-Science book, How Mountains Are Made by Kathleen Zoehfeld. He also illustrated Ann Turner's Reading Rainbow selection Through Moon and Stars and Night Skies. He lives in Granville, OH.

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