Fae and the Moon (Paperback)
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Filled with fearsome monsters, fascinating lore, and vibrant illustrations, Fae and the Moon is a much-needed adventure story about overcoming despair through the powers of love and hope.
"The book's lessons about believing in oneself and the importance of family are clear, important, and meaningful. . . . An entertaining fantasy story about personal empowerment and family love." --Foreword Reviews
Fae, in mourning for her missing mother, sits night after night below the Moon that her mother so loved. Then one night she discovers she can pluck the Moon out of the star-filled sky! Back safe in her house, she holds it close, feeling comfort at last. But Fae loses the Moon, and finds that taking it has awakened ancient monsters--rats, dragons, and more, who hunt it for themselves. Will Fae be able to reclaim the Moon, find her own inner strength, and save the world from eternal darkness?
About the Author
Franco Aureliani is a New York Times bestselling and multiple Eisner award-winning artist and illustrator. His works include Tiny Titans, Superman Family Adventures, Young Justice, Green Lantern the animated series, Itty Bitty Hellboy, and the Dino-Mike series. Franco's most recent titles include Superman of Smallville, Arkhamanics, and The Ghost, the Owl. He has worked for Dark Horse Comics, Archie Comics, IDW, Action Lab Entertainment, and Cartoon Network. Franco is also owner of the AW YEAH COMICS publishing and retail stores featuring Action Cat and Adventure Bug.
Catherine and Sarah Satrun are twin artists who specialize in 2D animation and illustration. Their animation projects include Sesame Studio's The New Neighbors, Seth Meyer's The Awesomes, and Mearra~ Selkie from the Sea, which aired across the country on PBS. Their work can also be seen in commercials such as Lucky Charms, Trix, and My Little Pony, and in comics including Aw Yeah Comics issue #12 and Ladies Night Anthology: Sisters. See more of their work at sketchyduo.squarespace.com.