A Luna le encantan los paseos escolares, y esta vez su maestra los llevará al museo de arte. Tiene su lonchera lista y su cámara preparada. Entre esculturas y cuadros, Luna está pasando un gran día, hasta que Finn, su compañero, le arranca sus dibujos. Luna no entiende porque Finn es así, pero quizá lo único que necesite es un amigo con quien platicar. Esta secuela de A Luna le encanta la biblioteca es una mirada a cómo el arte puede proyectarse en nuestra vida cotidiana.
Luna loves school trips, and on this day, her teacher is taking them to the Museum of Art. Her lunchbox and camera are in tow, and Luna is all set for a great day, until Finn, her classmate, tears up her drawings. Luna doesn’t understand why Finn acts this way. Perhaps all Finn needs is a friend he can talk to. Luna’s journey is a guide to how art can imitate everyday life.
About the Author
Joseph Coelho has been a writer and poet since he was a kid. He was born in Roehampton in the outskirts of London. His studies in archaeology led him to Peru, after which he held down a variety of jobs as a PE teacher, salesmen, movie extra, and city planner. Fortunately, his love of writing poetry was always with him, and in 2014, after finding success in a contest, his dream of being published finally came to fruition.
About the Illustrator
Fiona Lumbres began drawing when she was very young, and she drew on any surface she could get her hands on. Thus, she knew early on that this was what she wanted to do. In 2000, she moved to London to study a Master’s at the Royal Art University/University of Royal Arts. After the birth of her first child, she became obsessed with children’s illustration. Nothing made her happier than putting watercolors and ink onto paper to create new characters for her son to enjoy.
Hardcover Picture Book | 32 pages