Hena Khan is the author of Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors, Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets: A Muslim Book of Shapes, Night of Moon: A Muslim Holiday Story, and other books for children. Hena is a native of Rockville, Maryland, where she lives with her husband and their two sons. Saffa Khan is an illustrator and printmaker born in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan, and is now based in Glasgow, Scotland.
A bedtime story that reassures children that they are loved. [Like the Moon Loves the Sky is a] book for Muslim families to introduce religious traditions to young children and for non-Muslim families who wish to teach diversity and religious acceptance. -School Library Journal [Like the Moon Loves the Sky is] a peaceful incantation. a view of a childhood focused not just on well-being, but on hope-to 'count all your blessings' and 'find wonder'-as well. -Publishers Weekly, starred review [A] stunning visual statement celebrating the values of community, wonder, and love. [Like the Moon Loves the Sky is a] love letter, a rarity in its lightness of hand. one that parents, especially Arabs, will cherish bringing into their bedtime routines. -Booklist This beautiful, sweet, heartfelt message of love and hope for a child will resonate with many. --Kirkus Reviews