The Girl Who Drank the Moon is a children’s audiobook by Kelly Barnhill. The story follows Luna, a girl who was raised by shepherds and has never seen the light of day. One year, on her thirteenth birthday, a floating witch named Xan asks to take Luna away with her. When Xan accidentally drinks moonlight instead of water during their trip to town, she turns into an ethereal creature that can grant wishes. As the people in town start making unreasonable requests for favors from Luna, it becomes clear that she must find a way to break the spell before things get out of hand.
For who is this book for ?
The Girl Who Drank the Moon is a great book for young readers. It’s a whimsical story with interesting characters and lots of suspense.
- The story is whimsical and well-written
- It has a strong moral message that is appropriate for children
- The characters are likable and the plot is exciting
- The story may not be suitable for very young children, as it contains some darker elements.
- The audio version of the book is over two hours long, which may be too much for some listeners to sit through.
- Although the plot is interesting and fast-paced, there are no major surprises or cliffhangers that will make readers want to continue on to the next book in the series.
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“This enchanting audiobook is one that you’ll want to listen to again and again. The story will touch your heart and the beautifully performed narration will make the characters come alive. A must-have for any library!”
“The Girl Who Drank the Moon is a beautifully written story that will keep you captivated from beginning to end. Kelly Barnhill’s writing style draws you in and makes it hard to put the book down. Her characters are wonderfully crafted and intriguing, making it easy to become emotionally attached to them. The story itself is enchanting and full of magic, adventure, and suspense. I would highly recommend this audiobook to anyone looking for an enjoyable read.”
“The story is spellbinding and the characters are so richly drawn that I felt as if I were right there in the forest with them. The ending was a complete surprise to me, and it’s one of those stories that makes you want to immediately read it again.”
“The Girl Who Drank the Moon is a beautifully written story with an engaging and diverse cast of characters. Kelly Barnhill has created a masterpiece that will be enjoyed by readers of all ages.”