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This is a very cool, philosophical book that helps older kids ponder the concept both of really big numbers, and their place in a really vast universe.
An elaborate book with peek-through holes that show the moon’s different phases with each turn of the page.
This simply worded and stunningly illustrated story reveals the joy to be found in play, nature, and, most of all, embracing the wild in us all.
This gently told story reassures children that they are never alone, even in their dreams.
A nice set of glow in the dark moon and stars
A really gorgeous guide to constellations
This is part of a series of nature-based interactive books that I absolutely love for younger kids!
An imaginative young girl travels the world with her faithful companion, the moon, in an enchanted adventure across the seven continents that is marked by the moon's phases, depicted in silhouetted artwork
There are a bunch of these 3D printed moon lamps on Amazon. Pretty set to the warm setting on their wooden stands.
Written as a user's guide to living on planet Earth for Oliver Jeffer's baby son, his wit and humor combine with a value system of kindness and tolerance to create an instant classic
A perennial classic. I adore this book (and all things Eric Carle!)
A young boy embarks on a magical adventure with his friend the Moon. Told in lyrical verse.
This story follows a family of curious rabbits on their nighttime walks to explain the phases of the moon, with a charming design that includes a light-up LED moon.
This is my favorite Kevin Henkes book, about a kitten who thinks she sees a bowl of milk in the night sky. It also comes in a board book edition and is perfect for younger kids.
Gorgeous, dream-like illustration of the classic song.
Lush paintings perfectly capture the wonder of the moon, the love between grandfather and grandson, and that feeling of magic every child experiences when the moon follows him home.
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