Coyote Moon

A suburban coyote treks under moonlit skies on a quest to feed her family, illustrated by the incomparable Bagram Ibatoulline. (Roaring Brook Press / July 2016)

Curriculum Guide for Teachers, Librarians and other Educators.

Coyote Moon is a 2017 ALA/ALSC Notable Children’s Book.

Kirkus Starred Review: "’Yip-yip-yip-yip!’ indeed, for this sympathetic portrayal of a not-often-celebrated creature who shares our world."

Publisher’s Weekly Starred Review: “Quietly poetic text and show-stopping artwork create a tense account of a coyote's nocturnal search for food."

School Library Journal Starred Review: "A captivating and atmospheric title about a mother coyote on the hunt through a suburban landscape. … Simple text and remarkable artwork make this a great selection for read-alouds and parent-child bonding."

Librarian Betsy Bird, Fuse #8: “’Any picture book collection should be honored to receive this book. ... Beautiful work. Beautiful stuff.”

Coyote Moon is a Fall 2016 Junior Library Guild Selection.

Coyote Moon