5th October begins World Space Week! Long before humans stepped on the Moon, though, the Ancient Mexicans knew that the Sun had asked her to marry him. But she didn't give him either of the answers he was expecting...
Based on a Mexican folk tale and adapted by Chip Colquhoun; read by David Ault (davidault.co.uk).
Illustration by Heather Rose.
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