1 edition of Unhooking the moon found in the catalog.
Unhooking the moon
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H873245 Un 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||374 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||2010478376|
UNHOOKING THE MOON. by Gregory Hughes. Age Range: 11 - 13 BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Jean Westmoore, The Buffalo News "Unhooking the Moon is one of the best books I have ever read. The story line is so good I can't explain it in words. It is intense and has a lot of action. I think it is a great book for growing kids."—Mattieu Pattugalann, Newsday; Booklist "A brave, zany and warm-hearted road story."—Julia Eccleshare, The.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Unhooking the Moon at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(26). I think Unhooking the Moon was a thriller, a true page turner”. These are the words of an adolescent like you, who read the novel and loved it deeply. She wrote her book report on it and if you are interested in reading it (I think you could benefit from it, not just for her analysis, but for the use of the English language too!) click here.
In the tradition of Swallows & Amazons and other books about children surviving on their own, a funny, heartbreaking road trip featuring one of the most memorable young girls ever to dance through the pages of a children's book. Unhooking the Moon Gregory Hughes. Quercus (Random, dist.), $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. Published in England in to acclaim and awards, Hughes’s quirky, poignant.
UMW HOLDINGS BERHAD
Recovering the new
Pulling legs attached to tenderfeet
Law and the school business manager
Sleep Has His House
Animals Frighten People
Local authority housing - the future
Marston Creative Real Estate Financing - A Guide to Buying & Selling Homes in the 1980S (Real Estate for Professional Practitioners)
Louise Short: something else.
A guide for providing occupational therapy services in New Jersey Schools
International standards on auditing (UK and Ireland)
Unhooking the Moon is getting rave reviews and I really just didn't care for it. I understand that it is a kid's book and I am an adult, but I try to read with 11 year old eyes so I can recommend books to the triplets across the street and I just can't imagine any of them liking this book/5().
The information about Unhooking the Moon shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this. “Unhooking the Moon is a delightful adventure story, off-kilter fairytale and a marvelous commentary on the strong emotional bonds between siblings.
Bob and the Rat are endearing characters, the plot is engaging, and the pace is perfect.” —Terry Miller Shannon, (51). The book's tall-tale flavor and the Rat's mystical premonitions and prophetic dreams let readers recognize Unhooking the Moon as an adventure story that, though grounded in the real world, isn't necessarily supposed to be realistic.
However, the ending may disturb those who expect the story to be ultimately lighthearted.3/5. An Amazon Best Children’s Book of the Month, October In this utterly charming adventure, orphaned siblings Bob and his younger sister Marie Claire, a.k.a.
the Rat, leave their Winnipeg home for the streets of New York City in search of their long-lost uncle. From homeless men and hustlers to a big-time rapper, the characters we meet in Unhooking the Moon all have one /5(51).
Unhooking the Moon Summary & Study Guide Description. Unhooking the Moon Summary & Study Guide includes comprehensive information and analysis to help you understand the book. This study guide contains the following sections. Trailer inspired by the book "Unhooking The Moon" by Gregory Hughes. Find books like Unhooking the Moon from the world’s largest community of readers.
Goodreads members who liked Unhooking the Moon also liked: Waking in Ti. Unhooking the moon. Condition is Like New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Unhooking the moon. Condition is Like New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Unhooking the Moon by Hughes, Gregory Book The Fast Free Shipping.
$ Free shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not available. Mouse over to Zoom- Shipping: Free. " Unhooking the Moon is one of the best books I have ever read. The story line is so good I can't explain it in words. It is intense and has a lot of action. I think it is a great book for growing kids."— Mattieu Pattugalann, NewsdayBrand: Quercus.
Unhooking the Moon (), a middle grade adventure novel by Gregory Hughes, centers on a young girl who heads to New York with her brother to find their uncle after their father dies unexpectedly. It won the Book Trust Teenage Prize and was nominated for the Carnegie Medal.
This Study Guide consists of approximately 52 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Unhooking the Moon.
Bob was a student at Marymount Manhattan College on the East Side of New York when, in the school’s library. Speaking down the phone from his current home in Vancouver, Hughes sounds genuinely dazed by the news that his first novel, Unhooking the Moon, has won the Booktrust teenage fiction prize.
The Author: Michelle Pauli. Get this from a library. Unhooking the moon. [Gregory Hughes] -- "Meet the Rat: A dancing, football-playing gangster-baiting ten-year-old. When she foresaw her father's death, she picked up her football and decided to head for New York.
Meet her older brother Bob. Unhooking The Moon is a hilarious, well-written novel about snobby, misunderstood, and sometimes scary Marie Claire (AKA, the Rat) and her quieter, noble big brother Bob.
When their single dad dies, the Rat admits she had a dream about a man surrounded by skyscrapers, so off they go from Winnipegg, in Canada to New York City in /5(55). “Unhooking the Moon,” the debut young adult novel by the British author Gregory Hughes, originally published in Britain inhas some.
"Unhooking the Moon is one of the best books I have ever read. The story line is so good I can't explain it in words. It is intense and has a lot of action. I think it is a great book for growing kids."—Mattieu Pattugalann, Newsday "A brave, zany and warm-hearted road story."—Julia Eccleshare, The Guardian.
Title: Unhooking the Moon Author: Gregory Hughs Published: Awards: Booktrust Teenage Prize I’ve mentioned this book a couple of times on my Blog, over the last month or so – first in my article about ‘weird and wonderful’ book titles, and then in my Library Haul, last month.
Unhooking the Moon by Gregory Hughes in CHM, FB2, RTF download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader. All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%().
Synopsis Meet the Rat: A dancing, football-playing gangster-baiting ten-year-old. When she foresaw her father's death, she picked up her football and decided to head for New her older brother Bob: Protector of the Rat, but more often her follower, he is determined to find their uncle in America and discover a new life for them both.
Unhooking the Moon. HUGHES, Gregory Visit the author's website. May also be interested in (relation to the book above) The Uninvited. The Double Life of Cassiel Roadnight. face (un)arranged marriage. Girl, Missing. Tomorrow, When the War Began. Slam. Once. The Door That Led to Where.Get this from a library!
Unhooking the moon. [Gregory Hughes, (Fiction writer)] -- Marie Claire, aka the Rat, is a dancing, soccer-playing, fearless ten-year-old, often protected by her brother Bob. When their father dies, the two leave home in Winnipeg, Canada and head for New.Unhooking the Moon ().
Winner of the Book Trust Teenage Book Prize and shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize Shortlisted for the prestigious Branford Boase Award One absolutely, indisputably MEGA.