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Books published by publisher Moonlight Publishing

  • Origins

    Tom Wright

    language (Moonlight Crew Publishing, Nov. 15, 2015)
    Aisha is looking forward to the college experience: Friends, partying, and studying.But then an attack leaves her with unexpected powers. And her powers get her mixed up with the police.Aisha must use more than her superspeed to combat the racist police on her campus. Can her wit and intellect help her not only outrun the police, but outsmart them too?The Catalyza series follows Aisha as she, an African-American woman, stands against a racist police force. Quick, action-oriented, and with a comic book feel, Origins shows that superpowers aren't what's important, but rather the power that we all have inside ourselves.
  • The Egg

    René Mettler

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, Aug. 1, 2012)
    See the egg inside the chicken and the chick inside the egg. Watch as the chick develops, grows, and hatches, and learn about different kinds of bird eggs.
  • The Bee

    Ute Fuhr, Raoul Sautai

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, June 1, 2017)
    This book provides children with a fascinating insight into the life of bees. Captivatingly detailed illustrations reveal how these insects gather nectar and make honey, how they communicate with each other, build their hives and keep them clean, how they reproduce and rear their young and form new hives. We also learn about their cousins the wasps, who make their nests out of a kind of paper mâché, and we explore inside a termites’ nest. Twelve transparent overlay pages reveal further hidden surprises. This title forms part of the My First Discoveries series, a unique collection of highly illustrated information books for children aged 4 to 7 that aims to awaken children’s interest in the wonders of the natural, physical, and human world around them.
  • Sharks

    Ute Fuhr, Raoul Sautai

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, June 1, 2014)
    Rare attacks by great white sharks have given sharks a bad name. Although some sharks have terrifying teeth, others only eat krill, plankton, and very small fish. Discover how they find their food. Learn how the biggest fish in the sea give birth to their young.
  • Farm Animals

    Sylvaine Peyrols

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, May 1, 2012)
    The cock crows at dawn, ducklings paddle and learn to swim, cows graze, lambs frisk, and pigs roll in the mud. Visit the farmyard and share the life of the farm animals.
  • The Body

    Sylvaine Peyrols

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, May 1, 2007)
    Peel back transparent pages to uncover the body's organs, bones, and blood vessels.
  • Tractors

    Pierre-Marie Valat, Gabriel Rebufello

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, Dec. 1, 2015)
    Learn all about tractors—those working machines that delight children across the worldTractors have a great fascination for children and this book, with its fine illustrations, demonstrates just why these powerful machines continue to create such excitement. The modern work horse is shown in its critical daily role on the farm as it powers and pulls machinery for multiple tasks. The reader can also see tractors that have been developed for special functions in ports and airports, vineyards, and olive groves.
  • Pirates

    Pierre-Marie Valat

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, Dec. 1, 2018)
    Who were the pirates of the Caribbean Sea? How did they live? When did they first appear and why? What is booty? Why did pirates bury it? Share in the pirates’ dangerous adventures and get to know the most notorious of their leaders, including some fearless female buccaneers. Watch as they attack and take possession of a Spanish treasure galleon.
  • Water

    Pierre-Marie Valat

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, April 1, 2012)
    Raindrops, icicles, puddles, rivers, oceans, dams, hoses, and taps—readers will learn that water is falling, melting, and flowing all around us in nature, at home, and even inside us.
  • The Moon

    Philippe Biard

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, Dec. 1, 2017)
    Through a series of captivating illustrations and diagrams we find out about the different phases of the Moon, and observe both lunar and solar eclipses. We follow early attempts to reach the Moon as well as the first Moon landing, and what the astronauts took back with them. We also look at the satellites of other planets and plans to build a space station on the Moon.
  • When Animals Attack: The 70 Best Horror Movies with Killer Animals

    Vanessa Morgan

    eBook (Moonlight Creek Publishing, Dec. 8, 2016)
    The definitive horror movie guide for fans of killer animals and “revenge of nature” films.When Animals Attack: The 70 Best Horror Movies with Killer Animals provides a fascinating and entertaining insight into the cinematic world of animals on the rampage. From well-known predators such as sharks and lions to unusual killing machines like turkeys, elephants, frogs, cats, and rabbits, there is no shortage of the species on display in this book.Leading horror writers and filmmakers present their favorite “animals attack” films through in-depth essays. Some of the films are touching, some are repulsive, and some are just plain silly. Not all of these horror movies line up with the critical consensus, yet they have one thing in common: they have made the heart of the writer beat faster with excitement.
  • The Seashore

    Pierre de Hugo

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, June 1, 2012)
    The tide is out; let's explore! Look for colorful shells, dig in the sand, and peep under stones. Discover where crabs and shrimps hide and find oysters, mussels, and starfish.