‘It’s a Long Way to the Moon’ tells the story of a moth who one night decides to try and fly to the moon. Along the way, he meets several animal friends who try to help him, one of which teaches him a much simpler way that his dream can be realised.
With modern children’s books often full of toilet humour and zombies, millions of parents are crying out for traditional, moral-rich stories that hark back to a bygone era of storytelling.
It’s a challenge Chris Tetreault-Blay has accepted with gusto, and his new children’s book, ‘It’s a Long Way to the Moon’, enchants young readers with rhyme, illustrations and an empowering story. Taking its cues from the works of such greats as Julia Donaldson and Eric Carle, Tetreault-Blay’s creation is set to become a classic in itself.