Night Sky and Stars are similar themes, but you can do both, if you have enough books, or merge them into one storytime. For a craft project, make pictures of constellations. Or, see if there is a local Astronomy club that can bring telescopes if you are doing an evening storytime.
Conway, David. SHINE MOON SHINE. The moon falls from the sky, and Owen keeps it company because the moon is afraid of the dark.
Gay, Marie-Louise. STELLA: PRINCESS OF THE SKY. Stella and her brother watch the sky as nighttime comes, to see stars, the moon, and the nocturnal animals of the area.
Goble, Paul. HER SEVEN BROTHERS. A Cheyenne legend about a girl and her seven brothers, and how they became the Big Dipper.
Malone, Peter. STAR SHAPES. A rhyming text describes some of the animal constellations.
Milgrim, David. ANOTHER DAY IN THE MILKY WAY. When a boy wakes up on the wrong planet, he tries to find his way home.
Morales, Yuyi. LITTLE NIGHT. Mother Sky helps her daughter get ready for bed.
Rau, Dana Meachen. SPOTS OF LIGHT. A very simple factual book on how stars are made, constellations, galaxies, and other night sky features.
Reidy, Jean. LIGHT UP THE NIGHT. In this cumulative rhyming story, a boy takes a nighttime ride when his blanket becomes a rocket.
Wilson, Karma. MAMA, WHY? A sleepy polar bear cub asks Mama questions about the night sky.