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The Eclipse of Moonbeam Dawson

Jean Davies Okimoto

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ISBN 10: 0613171969 / ISBN 13: 9780613171960
Published by Topeka Bindery
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Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Bookseller Inventory # 2593642703

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Title: The Eclipse of Moonbeam Dawson

Publisher: Topeka Bindery

Binding: School & Library Binding

Book Condition:VERY GOOD

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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.

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Meeting girls and going to high school shouldn't be totally impossible for a guy who's fifteen. But it is if you're Moonbeam Dawson, stuck on a commune called the Happy Children of the Good Earth with a single-parent mother who insists on home schooling. And being of biracial identity has given him even more to think about. He's half white and half Haida Indian, and Moonbeam's wondering just where he fits in.

Anxious for a "normal" life, one that does not include beans and rice--not to mention tofu!--Moonbeam leaps at the chance to work at an island resort off the coast of British Columbia. It's a dream come true. Junk food. Hanging out with friends. Meeting girls. What could be better?

But as Moonbeam Dawson is about to discover, life for a normal teenager is everything but. From award-winning author Jean Davies Okimoto comes a funny, honest novel about a teenage boy's search for identity ... and all the missteps along the way.

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