Bandit's Moon

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Random House Children's Books, Apr 11, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 136 pages
3 Reviews
After a narrow escape from the nasty O. O. Mary's clutches, Annyrose ventures forth to find her long-lost brother Lank in gold-digging territory. But the journey is rough, bandits and fiends waiting for the traveler at every bend. Soon Annyrose runs into Joaquin Marieta, legendary bandit of the Gold Rush.

This complete disaster, however, soon appears to be no less than a blessing for both! They can help each other out: Annyrose can teach Joaquin how to read so he will know where danger lies, and in turn he can make sure she's safe and fed. But in a time when corruption and greed are running wild, will their friendship be more than fool's gold?

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User Review  - odonnell - LibraryThing

This book by the funny Sid Fleishman is an action-packed adventure story, but also teaches readers a lot of California history. The heroine of this tale is the newly orphaned Annyrose. The girl's ... Read full review

BANDIT'S MOON

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Fleischman (The Abracadabra Kid, 1996, etc.) tells a meandering but effective story of a Mexican outlaw and a spunky "gringo" girl. During the Gold Rush, when recently orphaned Annyrose, dressed as a ... Read full review

Contents

The Buckskin Horse
16
The Poster on the Tree
28
The Cunning Scheme
54
Copyright

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Sid Fleischman is also the author of The Whipping Boy, The Midnight Horse, Humbug Mountain, The 13th Floor, and The Ghost in the Noonday Sun.

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