SHORTLISTED FOR 2021 RUSSELL CLARK AWARD FOR ILLUSTRATION, NZ BOOK AWARDS FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG ADULT
Moon is sad. She feels dull next to her bright happy sister, Sun. She hides away at night until Sun tells Moon how special she is and how she would love to share the sky with her. This beautifully illustrated children's book explains how our differences are our strengths and how together we can make the world a better place!
NZ Book Awards wrote "Moon envies her bright and beautiful sister Sun and feels dull next to her. Told from Moon’s perspective, deep blue skies and bright yellow sunshine are in counterpoint in this tale of their complex relationship. Multiple curved lines flow across each unframed watercolour spread, carrying readers along through the story, while the colours and facial expressions of the personified astral bodies convey the emotion of the text."
Melinda Szymanik, Malene Laugesen
H: 210mm W: 270mm