The Moon Came Down on Milk Street

The Moon Came Down on Milk Street

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Baker & Taylor
When the moon comes down in pieces, different helpers work to set things right again, including the Fire Chief, rescue workers, and helper dogs.

McMillan Palgrave
The Moon came down on Milk Street, came down with a very soft sound.
Shh-shhh, shh-shhhhh, in pieces on the ground.

A compelling story with a strong message of
community and togetherness

When the moon suddenly falls on Milk Street, a little boy wonders, "Who will make it right again and set it in the air?" His question is soon answered, as firefighters, rescue workers, and the entire neighborhood of Milk Street come together to restore the moon in the sky.

Jean Gralley's dynamic images and spare text brilliantly illustrate the power of the human spirit during difficult times. This is a story of community, comfort, and brave men and women everywhere.

& Taylor

When the moon suddenly drops out of the sky, a young boy watches as firefighters, rescue workers, and the residents of Milk Street quickly appear and work together to get the misplaced moon back to where it rightfully belongs among the stars in the evening sky. 20,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : H. Holt, 2004
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780805072662
Branch Call Number: PIC Gralley, J 2004
Characteristics: pages cm


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