Eliza and the Moonchild
Book Summary of Eliza and the Moonchild
A small moonchild tires of his white, white moon surroundings and whizzes down to earth only to find it a shadow-dark place without colour. He meets Eliza, who reassures him that the morning will bring colour, and together they watch the sun rise while the little girl paints all they see. The moonchild returns home with their picture and the paintbox which he uses to bring colour to his world too.
A life-affirming book from this award-winning artist.
About the Author
Emma Chichester Clark was born in London. She studied at Chelsea School of Art and then the Royal College where she was taught by Quentin Blake. She won the Mother Goose Award for the most promising newcomer to children's book illustration in 1988 for her first book, Listen to This.
Details of Book: Eliza and the Moonchild (BSID:14725)
|Book||Eliza and the Moonchild|
|Author||Emma Chichester Clark|
|Publisher||Random House Uk|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Dimensions||10.43 x 9.96 x 0.2 inches|
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This book will remind you how lucky we are that we live in such a colorful world. This is a new favorite in our house. You must read this to your children.
Weird concept, but still cute.
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