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Sidney, Stella, and the Moon

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When twins Sidney and Stella—who DO NOT share, not under any circumstance—accidentally take out the moon with a bouncy ball, they must learn to use their greatest strengths (and overcome their greatest weakness) to put things right. Adorable and interactive, the story’s illustrations are indispensable. The suspense, hilarity, and playfulness of the text and art inspire children to find creative solutions to problems and to discover joy (and pride) in working together. Ages five to seven.

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