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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Children's books are an inexhaustible source of wonder because they offer memorable lessons that help young readers better understand life and essential values. Rarely, though, have I come across as many valuable lessons as in Tyler Zen's book, Lulu the Moon Catcher. Lulu is a child who loves being in touch with nature but who unfortunately has no friends. Even the one who used to be her best friend, Milo, prefers to play with other boys than with her. One night, however, Lulu's grandfather tells a story about the moon, warning the children not to point their finger at it because otherwise it might come down and get them. Needless to say, though, Lulu is not scared at all and will try to catch the moon.
Lulu the Moon Catcher is a delightful and instructive story that will fascinate both children and their parents. With the simple plot of a lovely little girl chasing her dreams, Tyler Zen has successfully explained to young readers some of the most significant values they should cultivate in their lives. Lulu is a brave child and deserves to have a friend who appreciates her for who she is. Moreover, with her determination to catch the moon, she should be an example to all children. I invite all young readers of Lulu the Moon Catcher to imitate the adorable protagonist of this tale, try to "catch the moon" themselves, and show their uniqueness to everyone. Overall, Lulu the Moon Catcher is a book that everyone can enjoy and put into practice in their own lives.