Moonflute
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In this bedtime fantasy, a restless young girl has fabulous adventures as she searches for her lost sleep.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published November 10th 1986 by HMH Books for Young Readers (first published 1980)
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Christy Head
This book is both beautifully illustrated as well as magical. It puts an innocent and curious protagonist in an array of settings in the tangible world, accompanied only by her magical flute. Not any pressing lessons were learned from this book but it was a joy to read.
Amber
Reading a few pages a day with Corban while he drinks to go down to bed. He seems to like the fairy-like illustrations
Amanda Goodman
It was good story for introducing how fables and stories can be made. Pictures were nice. Picture book
Lyn
The story is okay, but Don Wood's pictures are sheer magic. A good first attempt, but this masterful duo.
Monica
Should have included some amazing pictures...but sadly didn't.
Teri
blah--I usually like this author but this book is SO LONG AND WORDY
Theresa
beautiful pictures good for teaching visualizations
DoctorM
beautiful, dream-haunted, delicate...
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Audrey Wood studied art and drama at the Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. She has owned an operated a book and import store, taught chldren's drama and art, and traveled throughout Mexico and Guatemala studying Indian folk art. She now lives in Hawaii with her talented family (husband Don and son Bruce, who have both collaborated with Audrey by illustrating some of her books).
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