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One night, Digby Fixit wakes to find his room in too much darkness! Discovering the moon in a frightful state, he plans a clever mission to bring back the light of night. A children's picture book - target audience: 2-7 years.
Paperback, 34 pages
Published December 1st 2014 by Renee Price
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abcJenny
Jan 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: parents, teachers
After teaching for over fifteen years it is hard to pick up a Picture Book to read to my own children without looking for the Educational Activities the book inspires. This is what happened when I read the delightful Picture Book written by Renee Price called Digby’s Moon Mission.

The main theme I believe in Digby’s Moon Mission is teamwork. Digby relied on his team of friends to help him with his Moon Mission. It was lovely to see the Author’s note at the end which listed the people that helped
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Julie Grasso
Dec 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Digby Fixit awakes in the sleepiest part of the night with a fright, asking an age old question. "Why is the dark so dark?" Peering out his window, he finds the answer in a flash. The moon is so banana thin it barely makes a glimmer.

Well, lucky Digby Fixit is on the case. He sets about a clever plan involving all his friends. A mighty cooking extravaganza begins with muffin treats, kiwi tarts, thausage rolls and wonton soup, to name a few. By weeks end, the gang are ready and they load the catap
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Romi Sharp
Jan 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Digby Fixit is a curious boy with a keen interest in a ‘banana-thin’ moon. With his dishevelled appearance and abundance of energy, Digby enlists the help of his friends; creating havoc in his poor mum’s kitchen, to embark on a mission to solve the mystery of the slivered moon. It takes a whole week to concoct the clever plan with a delicious array of gourmet meals, which most surprisingly, are catapulted into the vast atmosphere that is space.
Day after night, Digby measures the moon’s illuminat
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My Little
Jan 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Digby Fixit is a curious boy with a keen interest in a ‘banana-thin’ moon. With his dishevelled appearance and abundance of energy, Digby enlists the help of his friends; creating havoc in his poor mum’s kitchen, to embark on a mission to solve the mystery of the slivered moon. It takes a whole week to concoct the clever plan with a delicious array of gourmet meals, which most surprisingly, are catapulted into the vast atmosphere that is space.
Day after night, Digby measures the moon’s illuminat
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Susan Day
Jan 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This wonderful children’s story will delight all ages – even us grownups! I was immediately drawn to the illustrations and the delightfully funny expressions on Digby’s face. (And the cat, too, for that matter!) I also felt that the layout of the text added to the excitement of the story. Rather than use the traditional fonts set on a white background, the words seem to be handwritten across the page becoming an integral part of the illustrations. They change shape and size to add more emphasis ...more
Brydie Wright
Feb 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
The first in the Digby Fixit series of picture books has a playful and original concept - how can the curious Digby fatten up the moon and make it brighter? My son was captivated by this story and the vivid illustrations by Anil Tortop. Love Digby's trademark curls and his imaginative schemes. A fun read for pre-schoolers and early primary readers
Zac Khalinsky
Dec 29, 2016 rated it liked it
it is a quick and enjoyable picture book. I especially liked how it ends because it is funny and unexpected. I also like how he got his friends involved, the food looks delicious!
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