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The Moon In Daytime Paperback – August 30, 2016
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Wonderful children's book - I ordered this book as a birthday present for my nephew. I was delighted that it arrived within 3 days. My nephew absolutely loves this book and wants it read to him every night. The illustrations are beautifully done and it is both enjoyable and educational. - Amazon Customer So proud of my niece Leigh, first book published looking forward to the next one - Alex Got this book in the post today, it's a lovely children's book with beautiful illustrations. Its Leigh Kamraoui and Louise Whyte's very first book and is available now on Amazon. It will make a beautiful Christmas pressie for all your little ones. - Mary Such a beautiful book Louise, the words and the illustrations. - Siobhan Got my copy today via Amazon!! beautiful work Louise with the illustrations and lovely wording too!!! well done and the best of luck in the future xx - Lyndia We received the 2 versions, English/French this morning in the mail from Amazon. So excited. Fabulous work Ladies!!!! - Ann Great little story quite informative. Cannot wait for the next one - Barry This beautiful young child's story book has been illustrated by a friend of mine. It's her first book and I think fabulous- £6.99 - anyone would like to buy as Xmas present let me know. - Louise Absolutely love the book! Every illustration could be a framed picture in itself- well done and good luck with the next one xxx - Louise Absolutely wonderful children's story, kids were interested in the story and they loved the illustrations - Amazon Customer Just received the moon in daytime such a delightful story book very interesting and informative love the story with great illustrations a must for young children. Superbook. - Barry Dawson Really great for the kids. Good story and well illustrated. - Amazon Customer Absoulutely beautiful. The Moon in Daytime is a beautifully written and illustrated book for young children. I'm delighted to have received my copy today. I loved the wording and the story...My grandaughter will love it to bits! and I will love reading it to her again and again! Well done to the author and the illustrator. I highly recommend this book. - Lyndia
About the Author
Leigh Kamraoui is the writer of LiLu Picture Books. With a curious mind stimulated by her four inquisitive children, Leigh’s writing queries how the world works through fun and educational fantasy stories in rhythm and rhyme to answer questions children ask that may stump parents. Louise Whyte is the illustrator of LiLu Picture Books. With a passion for illustrating stories in the most effective and entertaining way possible, Louise creates imaginative and whimsical characters based on her love of travel, her children and wonderful nature.
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An interesting and lavishly illustrated children's book to stimulate the young mind to think outside the immediate and obvious. Developing a flow of query and answer. The path of the narrative directs the reader through the storyscape and a catalog of creatures each of which must have their merit weighed. All to add to the process of dissemination of obtained facts to the answer of the main query.
A good story to have in the starter library of a new reader. A process that will grow with maturity into a cognitive process of question and fact to conclude a hypothetical working solution.