Summary: This book explores the question, "if the moon could talk, what would it say?" If the moon could talk it would speak of the many nightly activities that it witnesses. Genre: Juvenile Fiction Writing Techniques: prepositional phrase, adjectives, personification, repetition, description Writing Traits: Sentence Fluency, Ideas, Convention Banks, Kate, and Georg Hallensleben. And if the moon could talk. New York: Frances Foster Books, 1998.
The Ugly Vegetables by Grace Lin: Come harvest time, those ugly chinese vegetables become a delicious soup. Complete with a recipe for Ugly Soup along with a guide to the Chinese pronunciation of those vegetables.