May 2012 Reviews, Part 2


Stars written by Mary Lyn Ray, illustrated by Marla Frazee
From Miss Jennie at Ontario

This is a new book that I just fell in love with!  What child (or adult) hasn’t gazed up into the evening sky and wondered about stars?  They look as if you could just pick them from the sky and put them in a basket.

But stars aren’t just in the sky; if you look for them, they are all around!  From white stars that turn to strawberries, and orange stars that become October pumpkins, to green stars of moss on a tree and white stars of snow falling from the sky.

If you can’t find a star, you can always make one!  Wear your star like a badge, turn one into a magic wand and make a wish, or just keep one in your pocket — you never know when you might need one!

It’s good to know that every night, whether we see them or not, stars will always be there!

For this and other great reads by Mary Lyn Ray and Marla Frazee, check out our catalog.  We’ve got lots of other books about stars, also.

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