Many years ago, Shana Burg found herself in a Land Rover in the Malawian bush, investigating whether school children had basic supplies like pens, pencils and notebooks. Though she didn’t find much in the way of supplies in the schools, Shana did make many friends. Later, as an educator and public speaker, Shana shared her experience in Malawi with her American students. She wished she could take them to Africa. With this book, she’s doing just that.
Shana Burg is the award-winning author of A Thousand Never Evers and lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and son.
Clare Silver is angry. Angry that her beloved mother passed away, angry that her family is broken, angry that her father up and moved the two of them all the way to Africa. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mme. Librarian
it was very humerous and detailed my daughters both loved one day i was bored so i picked up my kindle and started reading this book i could not take my hands off the fabulous... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sang Chul Choi
I absolutely loved this book I had to read it for summer reading and so glad I did I'm entering seventh grade but definitely a book for all agesPublished 6 months ago by M.J. this game is totally awesome the first awesome game that pops up into my mind when I go to the app store I strongly recommend it five stars
It was a good book. I like how it started with Claire hating the place then coming to love it.Published 6 months ago by yazmine Corinne latimore
Laugh with the Moon is the story of Clare, a thirteen year old girl, who is brought to Africa with her father for part of the summer after her mother dies. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lloc
This was a Bluebonnet nominee for the 2013-2014 school year. It was not for me - but the reader enjoyed the bookPublished 7 months ago by texasjones
I didn't like how this book was so detailed. It was a sad book with some happy parts in it though.Published 10 months ago by KU