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"A fabulous recapturing of an old, real fairytale world. Dark. Mysterious. Stunning! " Maurice Sendak

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Of course you know the Guardians of Childhood. You've known them since before you can remember: Santa, The Tooth Fairy, The Easter Bunny and the others. But ...where did they come from? How did they became beloved, and worthy of holidays? Embark on the first of seven very different journeys, starting with the Man in the Moon's, the very first of the Guardians.
Join William Joyce on his latest adventure-to the Moon and discover the legends of The Guardian of Childhood.



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  • Relié: 56 pages
  • Editeur : S & S Children's (13 septembre 2012)
  • Collection : The Guardians of Childhood
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1442430419
  • ISBN-13: 978-1442430419
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,4 x 1,3 x 25,4 cm
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Par Catania Lucie le 10 février 2013
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Not long ago, I fell in love with the movie Rise of the Guardians and so I wanted to have anything related with it. Well, I think that the books are even better than the movie. The illustrations are grandiose and the story full of poetry and magic. You can purchase it without any hesitation, it will marvel children like adults !
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A Must Have! 16 septembre 2011
Par Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids Book Reviews - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What a fabulous, beautifully illustrated book that tells a unique story about the man in the moon. This is one of those books that reads like a movie you'd want to take your kids to see. I'm not sure what I was drawn more towards, the absolutely amazing artwork or the fantastic story.

Have you ever wondered who or what lived on the moon? William Joyce's debut The Man in The Moon not only introduces to the jolly man who lives there (nope I'm not talking Santa Claus), he'll also tell you how he got there. We're huge fans of the moon in our home, and I can say for certainty that next time we're looking up at the moon, we'll all be looking for the wonderful man in the moon, the guardian of children.

This book is a beautiful, creative story that will allow your children's imaginations to soar. I'm definitely not a kid, and this book appealed to my inner child. I thoroughly enjoyed being whisked away in this whimsical story. This is a book I'd highly recommend adding to your personal library collection or school libraries.
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Breathtaking 27 septembre 2011
Par St. Louis Illini - Publié sur Amazon.com
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We own hundreds of kid's books. This is hands down the most beautifully illustrated of them all. And what a very, very cool concept--the origin myth of the man on the moon? Awesome! This is a picture book, but it is very long and involved. Definitely for kiddos a little older. I bought this for my child, but honestly may just keep it for myself. It's amazing.
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Simply wonderful 16 septembre 2011
Par Ria J. Hall - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I just picked this book up today on a whim and I have to say it's one of the most wonderful bedtime books I have ever read for my boys. The artwork wowed Us and the story comes to life as each page is turned. If You have kids or not , You need this on your bookshelf.
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Man in the Moon 2 octobre 2011
Par Alex Erkiletian - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wonderful! My four-year old just adores this story and gets lost in all of the beautiful illustrations. We have been blessed with the birth of our son a little less than two weeks ago so I have had my hands full. Having story time with my son before bed has been a sacred little ritual we share and this book has been sublime for us both. I love how excited he gets to read the Man in the Moon and how he loves to retell the tale after we have finished. This book has elevated story time into a truely magical and imaginative experience. I can't say enough. This book, and "Oh, The Places You'll Go" are my all time favorites.
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Relief and delight! a NEW William Joyce in my hot little hands! 30 octobre 2011
Par Beth E. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I envy any child (or adult) for whom this new book is their first glimpse of the utterly charming, tender and visually luscious imagination that is William Joyce. The first week it came out I dashed home with my copy, I would have thrown rubies and diamonds at the cashier to possess any NEW book by Joyce! A NEW one! Yes, and it is everything I remember with such deep feeling as I had, and have, for his earlier George Shrinks, Dinosaur Bob, A Day with Will Robinson, Santa Calls, The Leaf Men, and The World of William Joyce: a Scrapbook ('97).

Joyce was and remains an unusual storyteller, his vivid drawing and color notwithstanding, there is an almost startling simplicity to his writing, no artifice whatsoever, and the images literally create a complementary, even parallel, story which can be "read" by anyone, without language to get in the way. I found my first Joyce, like so many others, with George Shrinks, which I had brought home for my toddler, and found that I became proprietarial about it! No crayons or smudgy fingers for this book! From that time on I have bought two copies of each title I am able to get my hands on, one for the child (and now grandson) to peruse and make their own (literally) and one for me! Of all the stories he has published to date The Man in the Moon has brought me as close to tears as his lovely Leaf Men - which I still can't read without choking up.

For those who collect fine illustration and children's illustrated books William Joyce will not be a new name, and I personally rank him alongisde such titans as NC Wyeth, Kay Nielsen, Howard Pyle, the Petershams, EH Shepard, Maurice Boutet de Monvel, Edmund Dulac, Walter Creane, Arthur Rackham and certainly Maxfield Parrish - and for those who love this genre, look into some of the modern greats (to me anyway) like Graham Oakley, Jerry Pinckney, Pauline Baynes, Gennady Spirin, Sebastian Meschenmoser, Helen Cooper, Rob Scotton, Christopher Denise to name but a choice few.

It has been said that for many people Disneyworld is the childhood that they never had but a book such as Man in the Moon, or anything by Joyce, is quite different - it becomes the childhood you are able to have, as a child, (and as an even "larger" child!) with him, with his characters, with the lush, fantastic, endearing, environments that we share with these wonderful friends, MiM, being the latest one. I am beyond delighted, and I hope he follows up with a continuation using his adorable Moonmice. At times MiM reminded me of Winston Churchill (from the back!)and it certainly references his earlier friends, Santa, the various bugs, mechanical novelties, and the even the ever present couple who are a delightful reincarnation of the suave and aimiable Nick and Nora Charles.

Joyce has a relentless imagination, not unlike Tim Burton, but without the queasy edges (think Waiting Room for the Recently Dead scene from Beetlejuice, for just one example). I can't really say he is "like" anyone else, and that is quite a testament to his own vision made ours. Buy twenty of these new Man in the Moon, and give them out to any child you know, regardless their age, for no other reason than a real childhood, even a late childhood, is always better than one we have to pretend that we had!
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