One night, the moon crashes to Earth, shattering into pieces across the mountain where Luna and Poppa live. With the help of the forest animals—and a few far-flung birds—Luna and Poppa repair the moon, leaving their mark before returning it to the sky. Whimsical illustrations use detailed lines and splatters of color to display darkened night skies, wildflower-streaked woods, and glowing moon shards in this magical story reminiscent of beloved folk tales.
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