In India, when talking to young children, the moon is usually personified as an uncle. (More accurately maternal uncle. Your मामा is your mother's brother).
He occasionally appears in the sky at dinnertime to make sure his भांजी/भांजा (niece/nephew - sister's kids) is finishing their vegetables.
Omg this reminds me of two things from my childhood.
Chandamama Magazine! I loved it so much, I used to get it whenever I could. But one day the shops just stopped stocking them and I have no clue what happened to it. =(
Chandamama door ke, puye pakaen boor ke in my L2 Hindi textbook back in primary with the teacher bringing a cassette player and playing Asha Bhosle's rendition of it. I really didn't like that class but it was always a good time when the teachers brought out the electronics.