Luna's best friend, Franklin, is a dragon. Together, they love to read stories about everything from trampolining to deep- sea diving. One day, while they are reading about fascinating creatures and their origins, Franklin begins to wonder where he is from. He is 605 years old and has no idea where to find other dragons.
Luna suggests that they go on an adventure to find his family. They Google his family tree, they e-mail a princess for his parents' address, and along the way they find twenty yetis eating spaghetti, five vampires reading Shakespeare, and discodancing unicorns . . . but no dragons. One night it dawns on Luna that they should travel to the moon to see if there are any dragons there, so Franklin rockets them into space. When they land, they are met by Franklin's long- lost dragon family for a heart- warming reunion.
Following the success of Franklin's Flying Bookshop, Franklin and Luna Go to the Moon-- a book about the joys of reading, exploring, and coming home-- continues to bring the magic of classic fairy tales into the twenty- first century.
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Age Range: 03 - 05 years
Grade Level: P - K
Hardcover: 32 Pages
Product Dimension (L x W x H): 29.21 x 28.58 x 0.97 CM
Shipping Weight: 0.52 KgPeriplus Bestseller Rank:
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A quiet adventure story. This book is full of exploration and imagination and wonder. You feel like you're in someone's imagination or dreams kind of floating along. Love the discussion of books and imagination and I love the way this book leaves you thinking about the world in a more childlike way.