Talking to the moon using the good old fashioned string and cup communication method, Kaylee, soon discovers that the sun is not coming back. This is because the children don’t play outside any more.
The sun had decided to go to a wonderful place where she will appreciated more – Morsunaclasion. So, Kaylee decides to write a letter to the sun which is delivered by the moon and beg the sun’s return.
The lesson is clear – get outside and play and enjoy the sun, kids!
The images in this book are bright and cheerful. Illustrator Cheri Webber has provided us with dynamic and vivid pictures and will certainly engage her audience. The images add a lot to the integrity of this book.
I like the fact that all the characters in the book are girls (except for Kaylee’s dad). Our main character, Kaylee, is a confident and intelligent girl who takes matters into her own hands and saves the day. She is a likeable and reliable role model for all young girls reading this tale.
I can highly recommend this book and look forward to the next one.