Once Upon A Blue Moon
When going to bed, do you wish on the moon, or the stars in the sky? When the blue moon hears the children of the world singing "Twinkle, twinkle little star..." the bluer he becomes. Why is blue moon so sad? How can you, the little stars in the night sky and children everywhere help blue moon to beam brightly? Featuring pages of activities for children to name the moon, connect the dots, and help the star to find its way to earth.
Monique Constant grew up in the small northern town of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, she currently resides in Whistler, BC. Being a bookworm since the age of 5 and growing up in a large family, reading was her only solitude time. At the age of 17 she was inspired to write one of her own bedtime stories for her younger siblings, this book is the result of her determination. Today, Monique loves farming, driving tractor and eating farm fresh eggs, in the evenings, she looks out for the moon.
- Monique Constant