Gossage's classic retelling of the Maori myth of Rona and the Moon.
Rona is charged with the important task of making food ready for her family when they return from a fishing trip. As night falls, she uses the moon to light her way. But when the moon slides behind a cloud she becomes angry and a curse sprays from her mouth.
The moon does not take her curse lightly . . .
Also by Peter Gossage