|Once upon a cloud|
Author: Keane, Claire
While thinking very hard about the perfect gift for her mother just before she falls asleep, Celeste is blown way up into the sky by the Wind, where she meets the Stars, the Moon, and the Sun, and when she awakens she finds exactly what she sought.
Kirkus Reviews (04/01/15)
School Library Journal (02/01/15)
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School Library Journal - 02/01/2015 PreS-Gr 1—Disney animation artist Keane delivers her picture book debut with a cartoon fantasy awash in mostly pink and purple pastels . At bedtime, ethereal dreams take over Celeste's ponderings on the ideal gift for her mother. The wind carries her into the sky to star princesses and a castle. The moon tells her stories, and then the sun princess greets her at dawn with a cup of tea. The next morning, inspired by her travels, Celeste gathers flowers that sparkle like stars and blossoms that glow like the moon, then ties them with a red hair ribbon, to provide her mother the perfect present. VERDICT Fairy fans will be pleased with this modest tale.—Gay Lynn Van Vleck, Henrico County Library, Glen Allen, VA - Copyright 2015 Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and/or School Library Journal used with permission.