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{Rabbit Moon:  Jean Kim}Rabbit Moon by Jean Kim
Published by Scholastic Press on January 30, 2018
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 40
Format: Hardcover
Source: Scholastic Press
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{Synopsis} – Bedtime wishes take flight on paper airplanes, traveling all the way to the moon. There Rabbit gathers the night’s haul, grinds the wishes into stardust, and fills the sky with their starlight. It is a beautiful sight to behold, but lonely work. So one night, Rabbit takes a wish and makes it float down to earth; when it comes true, he makes new friends and the star work takes a back seat to some well-earned fun. But as each day fades, so do the night stars. And with the first starless sky, Rabbit realizes it’s time to make the journey home. It is a sad departure, but Rabbit’s friends make one last wish, and send an astronomical gift.

{My thoughts} – This is a cute little book. A Rabbit on the moon grants wishes for all the critters on the Earth. Then the Rabbit decides to grant some of its own wishes.

The illustrations in this book match the words nicely. The story helps to pull the reader in and it’s short enough that even a small child should be able to easily sit through it.

I recommend this book for any parent looking to expand their child’s home library.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.