Where’d the Moon Go?: A Story About a Little Girl that Wonders (Family Values Series) by Jane E. Chanaca
“Where’d The Moon Go?”
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A Heartwarming Tale of Wonder and Discovery
Join little Audrey on her enchanting journey of exploration as she discovers the captivating secrets of the moon!
Sometimes it is big and round like a shiny silver ball, sometimes just half. At times, it is a delicate crescent, like a playful smile in the sky.
With the help of her dear friends, Audrey discovers the moon’s magical dance with the sun, its phases, and the gentle cycle that lights up the night.
But what happens to the moon during the day? Audrey couldn’t quite fathom its mysterious absence. With curiosity bubbling inside her, she would ask everyone she met, “Where’d the moon go?”
“Where’d The Moon Go?” is an endearing and true story that will leave your children enchanted and smiling. Immerse your little ones in the beauty of the sky as Audrey’s innocent curiosity leads her to cherish the moon in her unique way.
Embrace the joy of discovery and the beauty of nature with Audrey in this heartwarming children’s tale. Share this delightful adventure with your little ones and watch as their eyes light up with wonder at the sky’s mysteries.
A captivating story for children aged 3 to 9 years old and filled with lovable characters and delightful adventures. This tale encourages curiosity, observation, and a love for nature.
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Jane Gredlein Chanaca lives in Conway, SC, with her husband, John, and mother, Clare. First and foremost, she is a Christian. She taught in the public schools of PA and SC. For thirteen years, she stayed home with her sons, Mark and Joel. During that time, she had fun camping, fishing, and doing artwork with her boys (all three of them!) She also enjoyed reading, baking bread, and sewing. At the same time, the whole family belonged to a living historical farm named Quiet Valley. Together with her husband John, she has traveled throughout the US, Europe, the Caribbean (extensively), and Kauai. Now she is happy to be living near her sons, their wives, and three wonderful grandchildren!