The Boy Who Climbs Into The Moon tells the story of a shy and under-confident boy who, with the help of his neighbours, finds the courage to embark on a very big adventure. It’s about developing self-esteem and confidence. It also celebrates imaginative thinking and ways of solving problems creatively. And the story shows how working together can make what looks impossible, possible. On top of being a brilliant and enjoyable experience for children, The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon offers excellent opportunities for follow-up work across the curriculum, including Creative Writing, Speaking & Listening, PSHE, Geography, History, Science and Drama.