The publisher description of Moonlight Prance says it best: Foxes, hedgehogs, and other nocturnal animals come out to dance and play at night, in this rhyming bedtime story with tabs to pull and push.
I had been wondering about the tab part of the book as I read it via online and there were these spots in Serena Gingold Allen’s story I was thinking, “What in Blue-Blazes-Sam-Hill is that????” As the flap was not shown, so there was a blank space or something odd looking to represent where the flap and tabs will be. But non-the-less, it is Teagan White with the illustrations that make the book. They are sweet, cute, and cozy. Maybe the yare a little busy at time, but they are not overwhelming. There are hiding items on the pages and not just under a flap. The colors are on the darker side, but there are places of brighter color to help mix things up. The book is set at night, so this works well.
The book itself is already out, so you can purchase as a New Years gift or a Valentines Day surprise. It works well for one-on-one reading and do not see it working well in a large group read-aloud. The younger crowd is the best audience, but I can see most ages enjoying. And it works well for a bedtime or anytime read. I am going to look into finding a “real” copy of this book and Sunrise Dance also by Allen and White, to see how it feels and the flap and taps work out.