When a curious cat asks "whose moon is that?" other animals, the mountains, the sky, and the moon itself offer their own conflicting answers. This is a beautifully illustrated book with an even more beautiful sentiment. I thoroughly enjoyed this story!
A stunning picture book that addresses the question: do any of us "own" nature? When a curious cat asks the question, "Whose moon is that?," a panoply of animals try to stake their claim. The wolf, the owl, and the starry sky all have their reasons, but the moon ultimately answers for herself -- her light is meant to be shared by everyone. Kim Krans's stunning ink-and-watercolor illustrations beautifully illuminate this simple exploration of our relationship to the world around us and our place in it.
About the Author
KIM KRANS is an artist, writer, and yogi living in Portland, Oregon with her husband, Arjan. Kim is the creator of the New York Times bestselling tarot deck, The Wild Unknown Tarot. Find more of Kim's drawings, books, and other modern tools for self-reflection at thewildunknown.com, or visit her personal website at kimkrans.com.