This sequel opens with a lullaby that puts all the ranch animals to bed. But when Clem the dog spots the fiery orange of the harvest moon and yelps, “Moon’s on fire!”, sleep is impossible. It takes a clever cowboy to convince the animals thay the moon is simply shining bright so that it appears to be on fire. Key Selling Points • Texas Tenors connection/promotion: The famed group—whose performance base is Branson, Missouri—will be recording a song version of the story and promoting it in their concerts, on their website, and in book signings. • Next in series: Ruckus on the Ranch showed strong sales, including special promotion from Cracker Barrel. • Lively and song-like: Action words and a repeated refrain (“Moon’s on fire!”) make this rompin’-stompin’ story an excellent read-aloud with strong kid-appeal. Young readers will be tickled to repeat, “Don’t let the bed bugs bite!