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Paula Fox. In the night, she heard him moving about the little house. She lay awake, staring at her doorway and the dimly illuminated passage beyond it. She listened to his footsteps, the jarring of furniture when he bumped into it, and she felt disquieted, confused, by his voiceless presence below.
The Moonlight Man. ALA Notable Children’s Book. School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. Someone would let us know, Catherine insisted. And you don’t really know him. But my mother does. An NCTE Teachers’ Choice Notable Children’s Trade Book.
John Moonlight (born July 2, 1987) is a Canadian rugby union player for the Toronto Arrows of Major League Rugby. Moonlight was formerly a Canadian Rugby 7's player on the HSBC Sevens World Series. Moonlight made his debut for Canada in 2009 in Hong Kong. He has played in 65 World Series tournaments for Canada scoring 116 tries. He has represented Canada at two Commonwealth Games and won 2 Pam-Am Games gold medals. He has also represented Canada in the rugby union 15's code.
John Dough and the Cherub is a children's fantasy novel written by American author L. Frank Baum, about a living gingerbread man and his adventures. It was illustrated by John R. Neill, and published in 1906 by the Reilly & Britton Company. The story was serialized in the Washington Sunday Star and other newspapers from October to December 1906. Like the Oz books but unlike many of the author's other works, John Dough was issued under Baum's name rather than one of his pseudonyms.
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