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Little Moons

By Jen Storm
Illustrated by Ryan Howe
Nickolej Villiger
Alice RL
Imprint: HighWater Press

Categories: Young Adult Fiction, Paranormal, Death & Dying, Siblings
Big Ideas: Social Justice, MMIWG2S, Prejudice and Racism, Social Emotional Learning, Death, Grief, and Bereavement, Aspects of Indigenous Cultures, Smudging, Powwow, Spirituality and Ceremony, Traditional Art, Contemporary Setting, Strong Female Characters

Interest Age: 12–18
Grade: 7–12
Reading Level: Fountas & Pinnell Z+
Paperback : 9781774921074, 64 pages, September 2024
Ebook (EPUB) : 9781774921081, 64 pages, October 2024
Ebook (PDF) : 9781774921098, 64 pages, October 2024
Expected to ship: 2024-09-03
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Chelsea is missing, but she’s not gone…


In this moving graphic novel, thirteen-year-old Reanna grieves the loss of her older sister. Can she find comfort through her family’s Ojibwe traditions?

It’s been a year since Reanna’s sister, Chelsea, went missing on her way home from school. Without any idea of what happened, Reanna and her family struggle to find closure.

Driven from her home by memories, Reanna’s mom moves to the big city. Left behind on the reserve, Reanna and her little brother go to live with their dad.

Reanna is hurt and angry that her mom has run away. She feels lonely and abandoned…but she is not alone. Lights turn on in empty rooms, and objects move without being touched.

There are little moons everywhere.


Little Moons has all the hallmarks of becoming a cherished companion for young hearts navigating the turbulent waters of grief and loss. This graphic novel not only offers solace but also illuminates the path toward healing. Little Moons gently guides readers through the darkest of nights, reminding them that even in moments of profound sadness, there is still light to be found.

Tasha Spillett, New York Times bestselling author