Regards to the Man in the Moon
When the other kids make fun of Louie and call his father “the junkman,” his dad explains that the so-called junk he loves “can take you right out of this world” with a little imagination. So Louie builds the spaceship Imagination I and blasts off into his own space odyssey. Reissued just in time for the fortieth anniversary of the first lunar landing, this fantastical Keats adventure celebrates the power of imagination.
Published by: Penguin Young Readers Group