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Moon Dreams
by Ruth Martin
Order:  USA  Can
Templar, 2010 (2010)

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* *   Reviewed by Bob Walch

When I was born my parents named me Luna so I guess it comes as no surprise that I have always been fascinated by the Moon. Every night I gaze at the Moon from my bedroom window before I fall asleep. The Moon is so quiet and so pretty that it makes me feel calm and peaceful.

But I began to wonder, where does the Moon go all day? I decided I would try to figure out where it went when the sun came up in the morning. I tried to stay awake so I could discover the Moon's secret hiding place but, unfortunately, I kept falling asleep.

The funny thing was each night I had a dream about where the Moon went. In one dream I followed the Moon down into the ocean in a submarine. The next night I looked for the Moon by riding a hot air balloon high up into the mountains.

Then, in a dream, I flew an airplane high up into the sky to see if the Moon was hiding during the day behind big clouds. I had all these weird dreams. But I never really did figure out where the Moon was hiding.

Finally, I dreamed I took a rocket ship far out into space and when I found the Moon, I asked, Where do you go in the daytime? And guess what? The Moon answered my question!

I'm not going to tell you what he said, so you'll have to read my book and check out all the neat pictures to see what the Moon's reply was.

If you are three or four, I think you'll like having your mom or dad read you this bedtime story. If you are older, maybe you can read it to yourself.

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