If You Had Your Birthday Party on the Moon

If You Had Your Birthday Party on the Moon

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If You Had Your Birthday Party on the Moon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BookwormforKids 21 days ago
A party on the moon becomes that much better when mixed with loads of information and fun moon facts. While this book appears to be a cute story about a birthday party on the moon, it's so much more. The author takes listeners to a trip on the moon, speaking to them as if they are having a party there with their favorite guests. While the usually party things such as balloons, cake and games are present, none of these function quite the way they do on Earth. It starts with the rocket ride, the real surprises such a trip entails (such as distance, speed and lack of gravity) before settling on the moon. The excitement of a party keeps a light, delightful atmosphere while facts and information are dribbled in about everything from the moon's surface to its rotation to items other astronauts have left behind. While many of these facts glide right in with the story, there are extra tidbits here and there through-out the illustrations. The illustrations are bright, fun and dance on the edge of reality. The kids are fun to watch as they party and explore, which invites young listeners to dream of bouncing around on the moon themselves. Still, the illustrations hold a touch of more realistic details to give young listeners an idea of what the moon looks like. This is a fun book not only for moon and space fans, but a great way to introduce kids in general to some outer space information. I received a complimentary copy and we enjoyed reading this tale as well as learning about the moon so much that I'm leaving my honest thoughts.
BookwormforKids 21 days ago
A party on the moon becomes that much better when mixed with loads of information and fun moon facts. While this book appears to be a cute story about a birthday party on the moon, it's so much more. The author takes listeners to a trip on the moon, speaking to them as if they are having a party there with their favorite guests. While the usually party things such as balloons, cake and games are present, none of these function quite the way they do on Earth. It starts with the rocket ride, the real surprises such a trip entails (such as distance, speed and lack of gravity) before settling on the moon. The excitement of a party keeps a light, delightful atmosphere while facts and information are dribbled in about everything from the moon's surface to its rotation to items other astronauts have left behind. While many of these facts glide right in with the story, there are extra tidbits here and there through-out the illustrations. The illustrations are bright, fun and dance on the edge of reality. The kids are fun to watch as they party and explore, which invites young listeners to dream of bouncing around on the moon themselves. Still, the illustrations hold a touch of more realistic details to give young listeners an idea of what the moon looks like. This is a fun book not only for moon and space fans, but a great way to introduce kids in general to some outer space information. I received a complimentary copy and we enjoyed reading this tale as well as learning about the moon so much that I'm leaving my honest thoughts.