Cover image of diverse book Sing to the Moon by Nansabuga Nagadya Isdahl and Sandra van Doorn showing a boy of colour floating through an undefined space of light and blackness
Illustration from diverse book Sing to the Moon by Nansabuga Nagadya Isdahl and Sandra van Doorn showing a boy of colour holding a fish skeleton up to a dog, being watched by an older man of colour cooking; both wearing chef's hats
Illustration from diverse book Sing to the Moon by Nansabuga Nagadya Isdahl and Sandra van Doorn showing a boy of colour and an older man of colour reading from a large book in candle light, wearing crowns made of leaves
Illustration from diverse book Sing to the Moon by Nansabuga Nagadya Isdahl and Sandra van Doorn showing a boy of colour and an older man of colour sitting on a branch, looking up at a large moon and star-studded sky
Sing to the Moon - Lantana Publishing
Sing to the Moon - Lantana Publishing
Sing to the Moon - Lantana Publishing

    Sing to the Moon

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      Buy one get one, ages 3 plus, 32 pages

      Written by NANSUBUGA NAGADYA ISDHAL | Illustrated by SANDRA VAN DOORN

      For one little Ugandan boy, no wish is too big. First he dreams of reaching the stars and then of riding a supernova straight to Mars. But on a rainy day at his grandfather’s house, he is brought down to earth with a bump. Do adventures only happen in galaxies far away or can he find magic a little closer to home?

      WINNER CHILDREN'S AFRICANA BEST BOOK AWARD

      ‘This gentle bedtime story is rich in Ugandan culture as it celebrates a boy’s great love for his grandfather.’  Kirkus Reviews 

      'This book is such a delight! My four year old daughter has asked me to read it to her every night' – Jessie, Goodreads reviewer

      'A most beautiful story about the most magical of relationships, a child and their grandparent. A true celebration of love’ – Wanuri Kahiu, award-winning filmmaker


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      A wonderful glimpse into Ugandan culture

      A rainy day takes a different meaning with this wonderful book which offers a colourful glimpse into Ugandan culture.
      It is a perfect read to encourage children to appreciate simple but precious moments spend together, at home.
      On a side note, a small dog is taking part in the story and entertains us from page to page - we loved it.

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      A wonderful glimpse into Ugandan culture

      A rainy day takes a different meaning with this wonderful book which offers a colourful glimpse into Ugandan culture.
      It is a perfect read to encourage children to appreciate simple but precious moments spend together, at home.
      On a side note, a small dog is taking part in the story and entertains us from page to page - we loved it.

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