"A magical experience." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
In the quiet of the night, a child's father bundles them up and shows them the majesty of an aurora. This book is perfect for those who love Owl Moon.
A father wakes his child from sleep to beckon, "Come—we're off to find an Aurora." Through the silent frost, across fields, and up hills they climb...And then they wait. Together they share an unforgettable moment and the majestic splendor of the northern and southern lights.
This moving and lyrical story is paired with scientific information about the awe-inspiring northern and southern lights to further inspire readers to seek their own natural wonders. Printed on FSC-certified paper with vegetable-based inks.
“A work of transcendence and tenderness by New Zealand author-artist duo Elizabeth Pulford and Anne Bannock, whose spare poetic prose and soulful paintings interleave to enlush an inner landscape of wonder, suspended between the creaturely and the cosmic.”—Brain Pickings
“A magical experience.” —Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
“A memorable picture book that captures an unforgettable experience.” — Booklist, Starred Review
"This quietly thrilling picture book chronicles the late-night excursion of a father and child.”—Wall Street Journal
“I’ve always wanted to see the Northern Lights, and maybe one day I will, but for now I’ve this beautiful picture book… a hushed, reverent story… eloquent…with evocative phrasing.” —Julie Danielson, Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast
Praise for Finding Monkey Moon also by Elizabeth Pulford:
“It's a tribute to bedtime rituals and the occasional deviation—and a loving parent willing to say yes.”—The New York Times