Over the Moon by Natalie LloydOver the Moon by Natalie Lloyd

Over the Moon

byNatalie Lloyd

Hardcover | March 26, 2019

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New from Natalie Lloyd, bestselling author of A Snicker of Magic!

Twelve-year-old Mallie knows better than to dream. In Coal Top, you live the story you're given: boys toil in t he mines and girls work as servants. Mallie can't bear the idea of that kind of life, but her family is counting on her wages to survive. It wasn't always this way. Before the Dust came, the people of Coal Top could weave starlight into cloth. They'd wear these dreaming clothes to sleep and wake up with the courage to seek adventure . . . or the peace to heal a broken heart. But now nothing can penetrate Coal Top's blanket of sorrow.

So when Mallie is chosen for a dangerous competition in which daring (and ideally, orphaned) children train flying horses, she jumps at the chance. Maybe she'll change her story. Maybe she'll even find the magic she needs to dream again. But the situation proves even more dangerous when Mallie uncovers a sinister mystery at the heart of Coal Top's struggles - a mystery some powerful people will do anything to protect.

Natalie Lloyd lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She collects old books, listens to bluegrass music, and loves exploring quirky mountain towns with her dog, Biscuit. She is the author of A Snicker of Magic and The Key to Extraordinary.
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Title:Over the MoonFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 8.53 × 5.79 × 1.02 inPublished:March 26, 2019Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1338118498

ISBN - 13:9781338118490

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 *"Strong themes of friendship and loyalty drive Lloyd's story, which soars under Mallie's heroic lead . . . [whose] physical disability never holds her back. Rather, she bravely proves that questions have power and one's story can be reshaped." - Booklist, starred review