Listen to the Moon

Listen to the Moon

Book - 2015
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A young boy and his father take in a lost girl, who the villagers suspect may be German.
Publisher: New York :, Feiwel and Friends,, 2015.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781250042040
Branch Call Number: YA MORP
Characteristics: 341 pages : illustration ; 22 cm

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meggynbun
Jun 20, 2017

This turned out to be one of my favourite books! I unintentionally learned some history through the reading of this fictional story, which I will actually remember. If I had read a history book or article, I wouldn't remember. But intertwining it with an interesting well-written tale brought history to life for me.

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JulianneMah
May 29, 2017

An amazing story that goes so deep into the plot you feel like you're there. By far my favorite book in the universe. A must read.

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Smile123_0
Oct 27, 2015

This book forbade me to put it down it's holds a compelling, plot and is so addictive. can get a bit sad but otherwise great book 😊😊😊

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jazpur
Jan 21, 2015

This latest from Michael Mopurgo of War Horse fame is another delight.He paints a vivid picture of the times a hundred years ago during WWI in the isolated village environment of the Scilly Isles where the sea is paramount.I'm sure it is based on a true story. My granddaughter should enjoy it very much and I'm waiting for her comments.

MissAnnie Dec 29, 2014

Reads like a true story.

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