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Man in the Moon

Average rating
4.2 out of 5
Based on 27 Ratings and 13 Reviews

Book Description
JANINE IS PREPARED for a sticky, boring summer on her family's land in the middle of nowhere. Far from town and with only her ailing brother Ricky for company, Janine spends half her time stuck inside with him, wishing that their mother would let them out to play. But when Mr. Lunas-a mysterious man who saved Janine's father's life in the war- arrives through the cornfields, strange things begin h... More
Book Information
PublisherDelacorte Press Books for Young Readers
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages160
ISBN-100385735669
ISBN-13978-0385735667
Publication Date07/08/2008
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About Dotti Enderle (Author) : Who knew that a child labeled “Reluctant Reader” would grow up to write and publish dozens of books for children? Yeah, that’s me. I was born in Killeen, Texas on a cold January day in 1954. M... more
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A novel about the magic that lives in all us...
Reader Comments
6/14/2009 Mary Sandford said: Well done compelling story about a girl whose brother is ill. The reader is never told exactly what is ailing the boy which may have been intentional. The character of Mr Lunas was interesting but from his introduction not believable to me. But then in the end it is clear he is fantastical.
tags: I recommend

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