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Bandit's Moon

by Sid Fleischman
The journey is rough and dangerous when 12-year-old Annyrose sets out to find her long-lost brother during the California gold rush. Then she works out a deal with an infamous bandit: she can teach him to read and he can keep her alive. 135 pages, Ages 9-12

Item Number: 710
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $15.00
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5Annyrose is just twelve years old and already an orphan. To make matters worse, she's stranded with a mean, thieving old woman on a California ranch while her brother mines for gold. When a famous outlaw, Joaquin Murieta, attacks the ranch, the last thing Annyrose expects him to do is rescue her. But that's what he does. Annyrose is disguised as a boy, and Joaquin allows her to ride with him in exchange for reading lessons. Annyrose is determined to find her brother. Will she ever find him or is she stuck with the outlaws, whose thieving and murderous ways she dissapproves of? This action packed novel is a fun, quick read, and spunky Annyrose and the other characters jump from the pages and come alive. A great book.
2011-08-09

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