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About Moon Over Manifest
“…richly detailed, splendidly written.”
– Kirkus Reviews
“Moon Over Manifest,” a young adult historical fiction novel authored by Clare Vanderpool and released in 2010, weaves a compelling narrative. It unfolds the tale of Abilene Tucker, a 12-year-old girl dispatched to reside with her father in the small enclave of Manifest, Kansas, during the challenging era of the Great Depression. As she endeavors to acclimate to her new life in Manifest, Abilene’s inquisitive nature is piqued by the town’s enigmatic history and the idiosyncratic behaviors of its inhabitants.
Guided by a local librarian and a newly formed circle of companions, Abilene embarks on a journey to unearth the concealed chronicles of Manifest, entwined with a band of World War I veterans known as the “Great Eleven.” Throughout her quest to unveil the town’s concealed past, Abilene gains insights into the potency of forgiveness, the sanctity of familial bonds, and the enduring tenacity of hope amid adversity.
“Moon Over Manifest” stands as an emotionally resonant and intellectually stimulating narrative that deftly melds elements of mystery and historical fiction, delivering a story brimming with depth. The book was bestowed with the Newbery Medal in 2011, a testament to its recognition as one of the most exceptional works of children’s literature for that year.
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