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A Moon in Your Lunch Box: Poems

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Michael Spooner's kaleidoscope of poems shift shape sounds, rhythm, and rhyme. The poems celebrate feelings and thoughts, seasons and changes, and invite readers to celebrate along with them. Ohlsson's illustrations move snuggly around, through, in and out of the poems making them perfect for looking at, listening to, or just reading quietly.
Hardcover, 63 pages
Published April 1st 1993 by Henry Holt & Company (first published 1993)
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Katie Dangle
Title: A Moon in Your Lunch Box
Author: Michael Spooner
Illustrator: Ib Ohlsson
Genre: Book of Poems
Theme(s): Poetry, Seasons, Holidays, Moon
Opening line/sentence: O, the big round moon is a hole in the sky, and the day washes through like the morning tide.
Brief Book Summary: A Moon in Your Lunch Box takes the reader through pages of poems about the moon and its changes. It also fills the reader’s mind with everything that has to do with seasons and holidays. It ultimately ends with the reader com
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Michael Spooner is the author of several books for teens, including Entr@pment, Daniel's Walk, and Last Child. He lives in Logan, Utah.
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