I Took the Moon for a Walk (English and Turkish Edition) by Carolyn Curtis

By Carolyn Curtis

Lyrically written and wonderfully illustrated, this memorable moonlight trip will go away all who learn it marveling on the serene fantastic thing about the realm at evening. Following the mystical event of a tender boy who is going exploring together with his buddy, the Moon, I Took the Moon for a stroll combines lyrical verse with particular illustrations, making a dramatic backdrop for this creative trip. Readers may also observe all types of proof in regards to the passage of the moon during the sky and its impression on our lives.

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Lt night. They are especially adapted to life under the moon and stars: Cats have eyes that see very well in the dark. Rabbits. h,we large ears that capture sound across long distances. 1ts use sounds and echoes to help them fly safely and find food. Fireflies light up at night so that they can find each other. Owls have necks that can tum right around and huge, flat eyes that enable them to see other creatures that are far away. Some flowers are nocturnal too. They bloom and release their fragrance after dark.

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