Luna was sitting with her Grandma gazing up at the bright shining moon.
“Look up there, Luna,” said Grandma pointing up,
“when the moon is full and the sky is clear, you can see him.”
“See who?” asked Luna
“Why, the Moon Rabbit, of course!” replied Grandma…
Luna and the Moon Rabbit by Camille Whitcher is the winner of the inaugural Stratford-Salariya
Picture Book Prize, a competition held by the Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival
and Salariya Book Company to find a picture book by an unpublished author/illustrator.
Inspired by Asian folklore and the films of Studio Ghibli, this is the magical tale
of a young girl who befriends the giant rabbit who lives in the Moon and together
they embark on a night-time adventure through dreamy landscapes.
Perfect for bedtime, parents and children alike will be mesmerised by the soothing,
dream-like story and the enchanting illustrations. This is a book that little ones
will want to return to over and over again.
Inspired by the stories her Japanese grandmother told her as a child, Luna and the
Moon Rabbit is Camille Whitcher’s debut picture book. She is a graduate of the Cambridge
School of Art, where she studied Children’s Book Illustration. She was previously
a TEFL teacher in Tokyo and London.
We have 3 copies of this magical book to give away!