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In Every Moon There is a Face
Written by Charles Mathes
Illustrated by Arlene Graston

Reading Level: Ages 3-7
Pages: 32
Binding: hardcover
Size: 11" x 8.5"
ISBN: 978-0-9701907-4-1
In this elegantly illustrated celebration of creativity, a little girl’s imagination flows from one exquisite vision to the next, revealing the light within all living things and the interconnectedness of the universe. Accompanied by her Chihuaua puppy, the girl’s focus shifts from a face within the moon, to a flock of birds within a quilt of light, to a star within each flower, to a butterfly that is full of moons. 

Inspired by the simple, circular poetry of Charles Mathes, In Every Moon There is a Face elegantly captures the childlike joy and wonder of all existence. Arlene Graston’s luminous paintings lead us beyond the bounds of time and space. This visual feast reminds us that within each person an entire world awaits.

In Every Moon There is a Face received ForeWord Magazine’s Children’s Book of the Year Award and was a finalist for the Independent Publishers Award for Best Children’s Book. 
About the Author
Charles Mathes earned his M.F.A. from Carnegie Mellon University as a Schubert Fellow of Playwriting. He began his eclectic career as a magician’s assistant, has worked as an editor, business manager, antique appraiser, and now manager of a prominent art gallery. Charles’s humor and unique outlook are reflected in his books, which include an acclaimed series of mystery novels.
About the Illustrator
Arlene Graston is a self-taught artist. Born in Reims, France, she apprenticed with Nina Ricci in Paris, as a fashion and jewelry designer. Since immigrating to America at age 22, Arlene has enjoyed a widely varied artistic career that includes designing and painting children's books, Broadway show posters, advertisements for companies such as Vogue and , as well as writing television shows.