Size is just a matter of perspective in this charming story about a little lion who is much, much smaller than the rest. The other animals laugh at him and tell him that real lions are so very big, they can touch the moon with a paw. When a friendly raven discovers the little lion atop a hill, sadly gazing at the moon, the wise bird tells him that to touch the moon, he must reach for it. The next night, Raven brings all the animals to the base of the hill, where at the tippy-top, Little Lion stretches his paw as far as he can. From where the animals are standing, it is clear: Little Lion can touch the moon . . . and no one ever doubts him again.
About the Author
Hildegard Müller works as a graphic designer, illustrator, and author and lives in Germany. Her book The Cowboy won the most prestigious award for children's books in Germany, the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis. In a starred review Kirkus noted, "It's rare to find a real story in a book that brand-new readers can tackle aloneAnna and Toto and the cowboy certainly deliver."