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The Wind on the Moon
Eric Linklater

Genre:
Comedy, Fantasy and science fiction

A tale of great hilarity and adventure.   This book has everything: girls turning into kangaroos, escape from evil villains, and the efforts of a ridiculous giraffe to solve a mystery of disappearing ostrich eggs.

Emily Woodward, 6CC (2016)

3.4

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6 comments on “The Wind on the Moon

  1. Agnes Milne says:

    i really enjoyed reading the part where turned into kangeroos and i liked the ostrich eggs disappersing

  2. ibuglione says:

    This book is so cool and exciting. Did I forget to mention it was silly. I love the idea of tubby people getting pins stuck in them and them going back to being slim. One of my favourite animals is kangaroos so that appealed to me a lot

  3. jlaidlaw says:

    I really enjoyed this book. It was very fun and humourous. I recommend this to any one over 7. Although this book has 364 pages it is a fast reader and brilliantly paced.

  4. efuller says:

    this book sounds amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. tommilne says:

    A tale of great hilarity and adventure. This book has everything!

  6. tommilne says:

    A tale of great hilarity and adventure. A former student of mine said that whenever she felt a little bit down she’d read The Wind on the Moon and it would cheer her up. I know exactly what she means!