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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Baby from the Moon by Mrs. D. is an adorable story of tiny Baby G who lived under the moon. He jumped from cloud to cloud and played with the little angels who looked just like him. The moon rocked Baby G on a soft, fluffy cloud and cradled him to sleep at night. One night Baby G was restless and a beautiful woman appeared in his dream. She radiated love and peace and as she lit star after star, like a magical fairy tale, Baby G watched her blonde hair waving in the wind. The happy baby smiled in his sleep. Baby G waited day after day, hoping that the beautiful woman would become his mommy and take him to Earth. Would Baby G find a mommy on Earth? Would the moon, stars, and clouds help him find his mommy?
The story is magical and the illustrations make the book enchanting and delightful to young readers. The pictures are vivid and colorful and they bring the story to life. The gentle twists and turns in the story make it exciting and children will be curious to know who will become Baby G’s mommy. The story also gives a bit of information about pregnancy and childbirth. It is a charming story for bedtime story telling, and tutors and educators can use it for story telling sessions in classrooms. The author’s imagination is dreamy and whimsical, and is tangible as the story progresses. The book will leave its readers with good feelings as it celebrates life.