Moon Plane

May 10, 2017
Subheader: 

Fly me to the moon...

Review: 

It's sweet, simple, and gentle. It's definitely good for children who are into airplanes. It's an imaginative journey from a boy standing on the ground who sees an airplane flying overhead. He imagines that if he were in the airplane, he would fly it to the moon and then jump in the air and fly like the airplane and then he would fly home and his mother would be waiting for him. At the end he goes home and dreams of airplanes.

It's cute. It has a gentle, dreamlike quality to it. The pencil drawings have a lot of rounded and smooth edges with subtle shading and few corners. It's a very pretty book. It's got a simple story without being simplistic. It's minimalist, positive, and imaginative.

Message: 

Airplanes are awesome.

Author
Publication Year
  • 2006
Age Range
Age Range: 
3-6
Number of Pages
Number of Pages: 
30
Number of Words on Typical Page
Number of Words: 
15

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