I Looked To The Moon is a story about a child whose questions have him pondering at bedtime. As he lay in his room thinking, the mysterious Moon comes to life and turns to answer him, lending gentle, yet insightful wisdom.
This lighthearted book is designed to make those hard questions about life easier to understand, all while instilling the underlying message that life is a gift, no matter what shows up.
“This rhythmic book is a wonderful bedtime story which has a young child asking the moon very thoughtful questions about emotions, being different, and looking beyond our outside (color, clothing, size etc.). The book teaches the young reader to be accepting of others and of themselves.”
“It is very sweet, gentle and comfortable-which may seem like a strange word to attribute to a book. I think it is very timely, talking about being accepting of oneself and of others and that everyone is different. The book talks about each of us having our own path in life. It also asks that the reader not judge on looks but on how one acts.”
“This book can open up a lot of great conversations.”
“This is such a calming book!”