Do you wonder, when you see the Moon,
at dusk, or dawn, or midday noon,
just why her face is curved, or round,
or why she sometimes can’t be found?
Why does the Moon seem to change shape from night to night? What's really going on up there in the sky? Innovative die-cuts and playful poetry introduce the names and shapes of the lunar phases to explain the role light and shadow play in this transformation. This eloquent introduction will fascinate young astronomers everywhere. Pair with the Moon Gazer's Wheel for a unique and educational gift.
About the Author
Bob Crelin is the author of THERE ONCE WAS A SKY FULL OF STARS. Bob was awarded the Astronomical League's Walter Scott Hudson Award for his tireless work to preserve the night sky for future generations. He lives in Guilford, Connecticut.