Eric Herman Music: The Tale of the Sun and the Moon

Share this musical tale of the sun and the moon with your young students.
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Share this musical tale of the sun and the moon with your young students.

Share this musical tale of the sun and the moon with your young students. Listen to how much they miss each other while the other is in the sky, but their friendship carries on as they dream of each other. This meaningful story explores the power of dreams, and how opposites attract.

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