illustrated by Cindra Vallone

illustrated by Cindra Vallone

"He heard a voice, hollow and hoarse, frightened, of course . . . "

"He heard a voice, hollow and hoarse, frightened, of course . . . "


Illustrated by Jude Shingle

Illustrated by Jude Shingle

Early exposure to beautiful, vibrant, expressive language is an invaluable gift. A Hero at Three sings in the ears. Books like this, read again and again by parent and child, virtually guarantee the child will grow into a lover of language and of reading. Like Moodey’s first children’s book, Christopher Counts the Constellations, A Hero at Three will reward hours of reading and exploration. It is highly recommended.”

    — John Taylor | Waldorf teacher, Western Australia


A Hero at Three is acontemporary ballad and epic tale. Through this story’s verse, children will be encouraged to love the rhythm and tempo of words and to feel the story in their bones. Mary Moodey enlivens language and captures the essence of adventure in the heroic journey of two brothers that begins “in a faraway land.””
    — Dr. Dale Irving | Drama Educator | Western Australia


 
Read by the author Sound score provided by Cellissimo

Read by the author
Sound score provided by Cellissimo

Christopher Counts The Constellations is a huge hit with my two boys! It is extremely well written, entertaining, and educational. We need more books like this as teaching tools for our young ones. Great job and keep the books coming!!!
-- Chris Bates | Father & Occupational Therapist | FL


Animations by Steve Carpenter | Catch-22 FX & Brendan Miller

Animations by Steve Carpenter | Catch-22 FX
& Brendan Miller

Christopher Counts The Constellations iPad® app includes: Read the Book, Create Your Constellations, Make a Myth, and Explore the Night Sky