Luna Muna: (Outer Space Adventures of a Kid Astronaut--Ages 4-8) (Hardcover)

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By Kellie Gerardi, Allyson Wilson (Illustrator)
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Learn About Outer Space with Luna Muna As She Embarks on an Out of This World Adventure (Ages 4-8)

"Perfect book for aspiring astronauts ...It's imaginative and sparkly and fun--like stepping into a child's dream...This is the perfect gift for any little kid who loves space and may want to be an astronaut one day " --Amazon review

#1 New Release in Children's Space Exploration

A fun new book that teaches your child about outer space.

Meet Luna Muna. Luna Muna is a curious young girl who loves outer space. In fact, she's going to be an astronaut one day One night, after wishing on a shooting star, Luna Muna discovers a secret power: when she wears her special sparkly space helmet, she can float just like the astronauts in space After bedtime, Luna Muna blasts off on a wild adventure and discovers that while space is very exciting, her home on Earth is pretty special too.

Learn all about outer space with your children. Luna Muna is a read-out-loud book for parents and young children. Luna is a precocious little girl with big dreams. Through her vivid, relatable character, you can nurture your child's curiosity about life as an astronaut.

Read Luna Muna with your child and help them to:

  • Learn about easy-to-follow outer space themes
  • Gain an early understanding of space exploration and space astronauts
  • Laugh out loud with Luna's outer space adventures

If your child loved Moon Earth's Best Friend, If You Had Your Birthday Party On the Moon, More Than A Princess, or Mousetronaut, they'll love Luna Muna. Also, be sure to check out Kellie Gerardi's memoir Not Necessarily Rocket Science, an Amazon #1 Bestseller in Astronomy & Space Science and Universe.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781642506945
ISBN-10: 164250694X
Publisher: Dragonfruit
Publication Date: February 22nd, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English

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