DescriptionYellow is Ella's favorite color -- she loves the bright, sunny daytime. But every night, as darkness falls, she becomes afraid. When her mother encourages her to look at the soft glow of the moon and fireflies dancing in the night, and to listen to the chirping of crickets and the gentle rustling of the wind, Ella gradually realizes that nighttime can be something to look forward to rather than something to fear. With sweet, luminous illustrations by Aimée Sicuro, this story will inspire parents and children to welcome the peaceful nature of nighttime into their homes and hearts.
September 13, 2016
9.4 X 0.3 X 9.3 inches | 0.95 pounds
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About the Author
After graduating from Stanford University, Sandra V. Feder worked as a newspaper journalist for many years. She joined a writing group when she became a mother and began to write children's books, drawing inspiration from her own young children. She is the author of the popular Daisy series, illustrated by Susan Mitchell. Aimée Sicuro is an award-winning illustrator who recently published her first picture book, Bright Sky, Starry City by Uma Krishnaswami, which has been highly acclaimed.
Praise for The Moon Inside "A lovely addition to any bedtime repertoire." -- Kirkus Reviews "Feder's words are gentle and reassuring and will satisfy children who also fear the dark ... A lovely addition to bedtime book collections." -- Booklist "A simply luminous and reassuring selection to share before bedtime, again and again." -- School Library Journal "There's no shortage of picture books on this topic, but Feder and Sicuro handle this with such care and thoughtfulness; it really stands out." -- Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast Praise for books in the Daisy series by Sandra V. Feder: "...gentle storytelling ... [a] quiet charmer ..." --Kirkus Reviews "Book Two in the irresistible Daisy series ... introduces children to the satisfaction of independent reading and the joy of playing with language." -- The Picnic Basket Blog "Daisy's irrepressible but realistic enthusiasm for life is charming and irresistible." --School Library Journal Praise for Bright Sky, Starry City, illustrated by Aimée Sicuro: "Newcomer Sicuro's mixed-media illustrations are similarly attentive to the story's emotions." --Publishers Weekly "Sicuro captures the wonder of 'how deep the night was and how endless' through a series of circular drawings and collages . . ." --Horn Book "Sicuro's mixed-media illustrations, with their gauzy chalk and translucent watercolor touches, convey both the objective and emotive pleasures of stargazing." --Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books