We've seen some board book Shakespeare before (for which, q.v.). When I wrote about those others, my usual cry went out: "More Shakespeare, please!
Behowl the Moon fills that need.
The book began as a Kickstarter project (see Shakespeare Geek's promotion of it here)—and made it (see Shakespeare Geek's follow-up here).
The book combines s couple of Puck's last speeches with a story that is contained in the illustrations.
The best way to give you a sample of it is to provide a few spreads from various points in the book:
It's a lovely book to read at bedtime so that all the behowling wolves and hungry lions in your household can drift off into . . . dreams (whether midsummer night ones or just everyday ones).