Isadora Moon Goes to School (Isadora Moon Series #1)

Isadora Moon Goes to School (Isadora Moon Series #1)

by Harriet Muncaster


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Meet Isadora Moon! She's half-fairy, half-vampire and totally unique!

Isadora Moon loves sunshine — and nighttime. She loves her magic wand — and her black tutu. She loves spooky bats — and Pink Rabbit. Isadora is half-fairy, half-vampire, and she’s special because she is different! 

Now Isadora’s parents want her to start school, but she’s not sure where she belongs — fairy school or vampire school?

Sink your fangs into all of Isadora’s adventures!
Isadora Moon Goes to School
Isadora Moon Goes Camping
Isadora Moon Goes to the Ballet
Isadora Moon Has a Birthday

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780399558238
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Publication date: 08/15/2017
Series: Isadora Moon Series , #1
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 68,535
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 6 - 9 Years

About the Author

HARRIET MUNCASTER is the author/illustrator of the picture books I Am a Witch's Cat, and Happy Halloween Witch's Cat! She holds two degrees in illustration and has lived on the same hill in Hertfordshire, England, for as long as she can remember. Isadora Moon is her first chapter book series.

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Isadora Moon Goes to School (Isadora Moon Series #1) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I learned about fairy school and vampire school
smg5775 More than 1 year ago
Isadora Moon is half-fairy, half-vampire and now it is time to go to school. She has to decide which school she wants to attend. She tries both fairy school and vampire school but neither is a good fit. So she is in a dilemma. Where does she go to school? I enjoyed Isadora. I especially liked her sidekick, Pink Rabbit. Isadora knows who she is and when she meets the human kids going home from their school she realizes that she is like all of them--different. She realizes different isn't bad. It's just different but that makes the world interesting.
Suze-Lavender More than 1 year ago
Isadora Moon isn't like other children, she's half vampire, half fairy. Her dad is a vampire and Isadora loves flying at night and she likes bats. Her mother is a fairy and therefore Isadora also likes the day, spending time outside in the sunshine. She loves her pink rabbit and cute baby sister. It's time for Isadora to go to school, which school should she choose, a school for vampires or a school for fairies? Isadora goes to both vampire and fairy school to see which of the two she likes best. Where will she feel most at home? Isadora loves pink and black, she has a pink bunny that accompanies her everywhere, Pink Rabbit, she likes bats, she has unruly black hair and everything about her is a mix of vampire and fairy. That makes her special and like nobody else. She's cute with her fangs, and pink and black and white clothes. She's friendly and sweet and unique, so the question is where she'll fit it. Every child that goes to school has to deal with making new friends and being part of a group and Harriet Muncaster smartly uses this as a theme for her first Isadora Moon story, which makes the story both fun and easy to relate to. Harriet Muncaster's artwork is stunning. I loved every drawing in this beautiful Isadora Moon book. The combination of pink and black works very well and it makes the story come to life in a fantastic vibrant way. Each drawing perfectly suits the writing. Harriet Muncaster is talented in many different ways and her stories are bursting with creativity. Isadora Moon Goes to School put a big smile on my face, it's a wonderful story and I highly recommend it.