Rabbit In The Moon


Rabbit in the Moon spans the years 1937-1951 (Shanghai & Hong Kong) and 1952-1956 (British Columbia). It captures a unique childhood in war-torn Shanghai and deals with the sights, sounds, and impressions of life in the International Settlement seen through the different levels of a child’s maturation. It is a story of separation from home to a boarding school halfway across the world, which is as final as death. It also depicts the human condition of coping with the unknown, a devastating illness, and the resiliency of the young. Rabbit in the Moon gives insight into boarding school life in British Columbia and the life-long friendships formed in school.

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SKU (ISBN): 9781607913115
S. Grey Brewer
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: 2009
Publisher: Xulon Press

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