E boy s name and we might #Infer That It S Neil Armstrong Or #that it s Neil Armstrong or Aldrin or maybe a random somebody who goes to the moonI adore this bookThe A lyrical elight from text to illustration The uniue parallel perspectives of the moon and the boy admirer converge at the end inspiring children to follow their reams This was a really lovely book I m looking forward to using this in storytime and making small paper kites not workable as a craft One tousle haired small boy One full as a craft One tousle haired small boy One full on the ocean Add a colorful kite or two the small boy s imagination kindness passion and promise Watch him grow to realize his reamThis swoon worthy picture book realistically imagines an early boyhood fascination with the moon that astronaut Neil Armstrong very well may have experienced a passion that probably grew alongside him as he grew up resulting in his career as an astronautThe story is communicated beautifully through both the sweet spare text and the absolutely gorgeous illustrations by award winning artist Matt Phelan A Kite for Moon is A Texas Holiday Miracle dedicated to Neil Armstrong as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of America s moon landing A wonderful inspiring gift for a child This is the stuffreams are made Earning and training to be #an astronaut Dedicated to Neil Armstrong and a perfect children's book to help celebrate the 50th # astronaut Dedicated to Neil Armstrong and a perfect children's book to help celebrate the 50th of the first United States moon landing the cover of this book will captivate readers with eye catching spot UV foil and embossin. It is only fitting to start off a celebration of the lunar landing anniversary with an homage to Neil Armstrong A Kite For The Moon is an imagining of Armstrong s childhood and love for the moon that helped him reach great heightsOn an early morning the moon is shining in the sky feeling a bit lonely and sorry for herself A small boy wants to make her feel better and so he sends her a note flying high on his kite that he will come to visit someday The moon watches over the boy as he grows and learns until one ay he takes off in a rocket ship to fulfill his promiseThe artwork is lovely muted earth tones full of movement and expression capturing the growing relationship between the boy and the moon beautifullyThis book is a wonderful way to jump start a conversation about the lunar landing the moon or just working to a conversation about the lunar landing the moon or just working to a goal Cute story about the possible childhood inspiration of the future astronaut Neil Armstrong But he idn t grow up by the sea he grew up in the heartland of rural west central Ohio Or isn t that cool enough Very simple story for young children about Neil Armstrong As this is the 50th anniversary of Neil s landing and being the first person to set foot on the surf. A Kite for Moon written by New York Times bestselling author of How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight Jane Yolen and her aughter Heidi E Y Stemple tells a heartfelt story about a young boy's fascination and unlikely friendship with the moon With whimsical illustrations by.
Delicates (Sheets, #2)
Following the events of the bestselling graphic novel, Sheets, Delicates brings Brenna Thummler’s beloved characters, artwork, and charm back to life.
Marjorie Glatt’s life hasn’t been the same ever since she discovered a group of ghosts hiding in her family’s laundromat. Wendell, who died young and now must wander Earth as a ghost with nothing than a sheet for a body, soon became one of Marjorie’s only friends. But when Marjorie finally gets accepted by the popular kids at school, she begins to worry that if anyone learns about her secret ghost friends, she’ll be labeled as a freak who sees dead people. With Marjorie’s insistence on keeping Wendell’s ghost identity a secret from her new friends, Wendell begins to feel even invisible than he already is.
Eliza Duncan feels invisible too. She’s an avid photographer, and her zealous interest in finding and photographing ghosts gets her labeled as “different” by all the other kids in school. Constantly feeling on the outside, Eliza begins to feel like a ghost herself. Marjorie must soon come to terms with the price she pays to be accepted by the popular kids. Is it worth losing her friend, Wendell? Is she partially to blame for the bullying Eliza endures?
Delicates tells a powerful story about what it means to fit in, and those left on the outside. It shows what it’s like to feel invisible, and the importance of feeling seen. Above all, it is a story of asking for help when all seems dark, and bringing help and light to those who need it most.