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Monkey Moon

Demi

In this delightful rendering of a whimsical Asian fable about looking beyond appearances, award-winning author, Demi, retells the story of monkey mountain, an idyllic land where the monkeys frolic and play under the light of the full moon. One evening, a monkey notices the moon at the bottom of the well. "Help! Help! The moon has fallen into the well!" he says. The other monkeys also see the moon and decide that they must rescue it by forming a chain down into the well. But when the bottom monkey tries to scoop the moon out of the water, it breaks into many pieces! Find out how the monkeys eventually rescue the moon in this timeless fable, which teaches us that things are seldom what they seem.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Wisdom Tales
  • Publish Date: May 15th, 2024
  • Pages: 28
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.81in - 8.86in - 0.36in - 0.78lb
  • EAN: 9781957670065
  • Recommended age: 04-08
  • Categories: Fairy Tales & Folklore - Country & CulturalLegends, Myths, Fables - AsianReligious - Buddhist

About the Author

Demi is the award-winning author of over 300 bestselling children's books, including Zen and the Ten Oxherding Pictures, The Pandas and Their Chopsticks, The Fantastic Adventures of Krishna, Mahavira, and Talking to God. Her titles have sold over two million copies. The Empty Pot was selected by former First Lady Barbara Bush in 1990 as one of the books to be read on the ABC Radio Network Program Mrs. Bush's Story Time, sponsored by the Children's Literacy Initiative. Demi's book Gandhi was named a New York Times Best Illustrated Book and received an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award. Major exhibitions of her work have been held in numerous museums in the U.S., including the Time/Life Gallery in New York, the Botolph Galleries in Boston and Cambridge, and the Los Angeles County Museum. In addition, Demi represented the U.S. at the First International Children's Book Conference in Beijing, China, in 1992. She lives in Yarrow Point, Washington State.