Sun and Moon Sisters
By Khoa Le
The Sun and the Moon are sisters, and they rule and sky together peacefully. One day, however, each begins to wonder: who is more important? This friction leads them to make a powerful decision to switch roles, hoping that it will lead to a greater understanding of their powers. Soon, the Sun begins shining all through the night, and the Moon brings night to the day. In the end, the two sisters will learn an important lesson about the importance of harmony and the balance of their relationship.
About The Author
Khoa Le is an illustrator, graphic designer, painter, and writer. She graduated from the Fine Arts University in Ho Chi Mihn City. She has published ten books, four of which she both wrote and illustrated. Her artwork has been featured in numerous exhibitions in Vietnam, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Korea. Le has written a series of children’s books, includingThe Boy with the Big Hair and The Cloud Princess, which are available along with Sun and Moon Sisters.
I’m a mom of two younger children. My Monster is about to turn six and my super feisty Lovebug is three. As moms know, siblings don’t always get along. It is a difficult task to teach children about getting along. My kiddos are at the stage where they don’t get along…ever. Sun and Moon Sisters is a beautifully illustrated story about the Sun and Moon. I loved the message and that the children were the ones that taught the Sun and Moon that they were equally important. It’s a great story about how everyone is important and not to be envious of others. This is perfect for any child in your life and would make a beautiful gift this Holiday Season!
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