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He first time But Andrew has his own problems he doesn't want to fight in the war and yet he knows it's what his family and friends expect of himWhat the two of them learn from each other makes for a gentle moving story the second book in a trilogy that began with the award winning The Sky Is Falling. Jumped into this trilogy in the middleit's a good peek into part of the WWII story we don't hear much

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Looking At The MoonNorah an English war guest living with the wealthy Ogilvie family in Toronto can hardly wait for August She'll spend it at the Ogilvie's lavish cottage in Muskoka a whole month of freedom swimming adventures with her cousins But this isn't an ordinary summer It's 1943 and the war is still going on Som. Out of all three books in this trilogy this book is my favourite I can really relate to NorahNorah is a strong brave girl who is doing immaculately well in her situation She is inspiring

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SUMMARY Looking At The Moon 107 ¼ Norah an English war guest living with the wealthy Ogilvie family in Toronto can hardly wait for August She'll spend it at the Ogilvie's lavish cottage in Muskoka—a whole month of freedom swimming adventures with her cousins But this isn't an ordinary summer It's 1943 and the war is still going on Sometimes Norah can't evenEtimes Norah can't even remember what her parents look like she hasn't seen them in three years And she has turned thirteen which means life seems to be getting complicatedThen a distant Ogilvie cousin Andrew arrives He is nineteen handsome intelligent and Norah thinks she may be falling in love for t. I had read the first in this trilogy for bookclub and really liked it so wanted to read the remaining two in the trilogy This book was fine well written and same characters style of the first one However I did not find the storyline nearly as interesting as in the first book In this one it's mostly from Norah's perspective and it's really all about teen angst and puppy love Glad I read it and I will certainly read the last one to see how it all ends as it does pose many many uestions regarding what it was like for these children to return home after living a different life for 5 years