Mae and the Moon, by Jami Gigot
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The Children’s Book Review | January 15, 2016
Mae and the Moon
Written by Jami Gigot
Ripple Grove Press is proud to present Jami Gigot’s debut picture book, Mae and the Moon. Released in September 2015, this charming book, beautifully illustrated in soft moonlit hues, will capture the hearts of moon gazers everywhere.
Mae and the moon love to play together. Their favorite game is hide and seek. But when the moon disappears one evening and cannot be found, Mae wonders what happened and begins to worry. Determined to find her glowing friend, Mae takes matters into her own hands and sets off on a wonderful and curious voyage through her imagination.
Jami Gigot has always loved a good story. As a child she would secretly read by moonlight well past her bedtime. Passionately interested in the relationship between words and pictures she studied animation and VFX at Vancouver Film School and has worked as a Digital Artist on several films (including Avatar, Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Captain America). Though she hails from Madison, Wisconsin, she now calls Vancouver, BC home with her husband and two children, both of whom happen to be incredible moon spotters.
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