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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > December 2017 > From the kidlit aficionados

From the kidlit aficionados

librarians and book bloggers weigh in with their favourite children’s books of the year

Grandfather and the moon

Stéphanie Lapointe and Rogé, ill.; Shelley Tanaka, trans.

Groundwood Books

The graphic novel Grandfather and the Moon takes the reader on a surreal, aching, and wondrous adventure. Starting off as a tale about a young girl remembering her grandfather, the storyline veers toward the phantasmagorical as the girl enters a ‘Who Will Go to the Moon?’ contest – and improbably wins. Absolutely unique, unusual, and stunning, Grandfather and the Moon is one title that begs for rereads and contemplation.

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