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( Read E-pub ) é My Little Half-Moon  A determined child goes the extra mile to try to cheer the lonely half moon Have you ever looked up at the half moon hiding in the night sky and thought it looked just the littlest bit lonely without its other half Imagine having no one to glow with no one to play with no one to share how much you like puppies and big, fuzzy bears If you re like this determined young child, you might stay up every night to keep the moon company Maybe if you share your treats and toys and stories, you ll cheer him up But the moon is very shy, so it might take some time Still, if you re very very patient, you just might make a new friend Right off the bat, I gotta say I m not a fan of rhyming picture book text It doesn t take a lot for it to all go wrong.I did like the illustrations, though It s always cool to see what else the pictures add to main story. I completely adore this book.In order for a picture book to be really perfect, it needs to be special both in text and illustration There are thousands of books that are one or the other, but it s far rarer for a book to have both Enter My Little Half Moon.Douglas Todd Jennerich has written a sweet, funny story with a Shel Silverstein esque cadence that makes it the perfect book to read at bedtime over and over and over and over without ever getting sick of it And the illustrations are stun I completely adore this book.In order for a picture book to be really perfect, it needs to be special both in text and illustration There are thousands of books that are one or the other, but it s far rarer for a book to have both Enter My Little Half Moon.Douglas Todd Jennerich has written a sweet, funny story with a Shel Silverstein esque cadence that makes it the perfect book to read at bedtime over and over and over and over without ever getting sick of it And the illustrations are stunning, as anyone who s been following Kate Berube has come to expect Bold lines, rich colors, quirky details all perfect This is a total keeper Buy it from Powell s As a sucker for moon lore it is no surprise that I m enraptured by the story It s a good one However, I must say the illustrations are what sends me over the moon about this one Truly Kate Berube, would you mind if I tattooed the Pagan pickle scene on my sleeve Gorgeous illustrations in the deep colors of night illuminate the story of a child who tries to coax the moon to fully appear in the night sky The child wants the moon to be less lonely, so they bring all sorts of favorite things to show it In rhyming text, the child wonders and watches for what seemed like a year The loveliest page opening shows the sky lit up with a splatter of stars in an iridescent night Of course, the moon does eventually become full, and so the child is happy, as the Gorgeous illustrations in the deep colors of night illuminate the story of a child who tries to coax the moon to fully appear in the night sky The child wants the moon to be less lonely, so they bring all sorts of favorite things to show it In rhyming text, the child wonders and watches for what seemed like a year The loveliest page opening shows the sky lit up with a splatter of stars in an iridescent night Of course, the moon does eventually become full, and so the child is happy, as the moon has stopped its hiding to come out to play However, the rhyming text is awkward and serves only to complete rhymes The story is inconsequential The illustrations, however, makes the book worth picking up I look forward to Kate Berube s next appearance in picture books