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eBook The Eclipse of Moonbeam Dawson ePub

by Jean Davies Okimoto

  • ISBN: 0812561724
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Jean Davies Okimoto
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tor Books; 1st edition (October 15, 1998)
  • ePub book: 1453 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1169 kb
  • Other: rtf mobi txt lit
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 982

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Moonbeam Dawson sat in the old truck watching the rain pound against the windshield. Abby Dawson emerged from the park bathroom, lowered her head to shield her face from the driving rain, and ran to the truck. You better go, too. She climbed in on the driver’s side.

Moonbeam Dawson sat in the old truck watching the rain pound against the windshield. It was getting darker by the minute. The place was giving him the creeps.

The last thing he needed would be to get lost trying to find the place. It had already been confusing enough just getting the bus out here from Coal Harbour, where the plane had come in.

The last thing he needed would be to get lost trying to find the place ry minute of the flight from Stere Island. Reid had only flown one other time in his life, to the States to visit his mother’s family. That was it. They’d never gone back again after that. He was only about a year old and didn’t remember it anyway. But this flight was really something.

by Jean Davies Okimoto. But it is if you're fifteen and you're biracial and your name is Moonbeam and you live on a commune with your mother and a bunch of granola-munching, tie-dyed, tofu-eating, sandal-wearing hippies! All Moonbeam wants is to be normal. But as Moonbeam is about to discover, life for a normal teenager is anything but. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Start by marking The Eclipse of Moonbeam Dawson as Want to Read . Jean Davies Okimoto’s books and short stories have been translated into Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Turkish, German, and Hebrew.

Start by marking The Eclipse of Moonbeam Dawson as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. A resident of the Pacific Northwest since 1968, Jeanie Okimoto and her husband live on Vashon Island near Seattle. Books by Jean Davies Okimoto

by Jean Davies Okimoto. Meeting girls and going to school and hanging out with friends shouldn't be that tough

by Jean Davies Okimoto. Meeting girls and going to school and hanging out with friends shouldn't be that tough.

Jean Davies Okimoto is the author of many books for young people, including Take a Chance, Gramps!, Molly by Any Other Name, and Jason's Women. She is the recipient of the American Library Association "Best Books for Young Adults" Award, the Parents' Choice Award, the Washington Governor's Award, and the 1993 Maxwell Medallion for Best Children's Book of the Year, and has twice been the recipient of the International Reading Association's Young Adults' Choice Award. Two of her books have been recognized as Smithsonian Notable Books.

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But it is if you're fifteen and you're biracial and your name is Moonbeam and you live on a commune with your mother .

But it is if you're fifteen and you're biracial and your name is Moonbeam and you live on a commune with your mother and a bunch of granola-munching, tie-dyed . Jean Davies Okimoto is the author of many award-winning books for young people, including The Eclipse of Moonbeam Dawson, Take A Chance, Gramps! and Jason's Women More about Jean Davies Okimoto. The Eclipse of Moonbeam Dawson.

Meeting girls and going to school and hanging out with friends shouldn't be that tough. But it is if you're fifteen and you're biracial and your name is Moonbeam and you live on a commune with your mother and a bunch of granola-munching, tie-dyed, tofu-eating, sandal-wearing hippies! All moonbeam wants is to be normal. but as Moonbeam is about to discover, life for a normal teenagers is anything but.