Publish date: August 3rd 2010
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Another great Mrs.Gilmore suggestion :) Moon Blake has lived out in the woods since he was 2 years old with his dad. When his dad falls ill and dies, Moon is left to fend for himself. With a crazy constable on his tail, Moon gets sent to a boys home and then breaks out with 2 friends, Hal and Kip. A...
This is one of several reviews I wrote for the late lamented Secular Homeschooling Magazine. We ran an article about homeschoolers in fiction, and I rated a lot of YA novels based on how good they were and how well they handled homeschooling. Mostly, homeschoolers were hauled out as the reliable wei...
This is a five star book for one reason: Moon. Watt Key has written something really special with his character Moon Blake. I read the synopsis of this book months ago and even had it recommended to me by a friend, but I didn't pick it up because while it sounded interesting, the plot didn't leap o...
I would give Alabama moon three stars overall. My favorite part was the descriptions of what Moon had to do in the wild. My only problem with that aspect was that it spent a little too much time talking about Moon making his shelter, getting food, making fires, etc. and I thought it took a little bi...
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