Looking at the moon /Series: The Guests of war trilogy; . 2. Published by : Puffin Books, (New York :) Physical details: 212 p. ; 18 cm. ISBN:0140348522; 0140380582.
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|W. Ross Macdonald School Library Fiction||Fiction||F PEA (Browse shelf)||Copy: 1||Available|
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|F PEA Awake and dreaming /||F PEA Super scary stories for sleep-overs /||F PEA The dragon turn /||F PEA Looking at the moon /||F PEA A handful of time /||F PEA Last message /||F PEA Peril at the pyramids /|
Originally published: Toronto : Viking, 1991.
Norah and Gavin have now lived in Canada for three years with Aunt Florence and Aunt Mary. Norah is glad to spend August at Gairloch, the lavish cottage on an island in Muskoka, where she can swim and canoe and enjoy the company of the many cousins who come to stay. Soon after she arrives, however, she has a problem: she falls in love! The object of her crush is Andrew, one of the visiting cousins. Since Andrew is much too old for her and doesn't return her feelings, Norah is plunged into misery. Andrew has his own problems, for he doesn't want to fight. Both of them have to come to grips with some complex moral questions about war.