Kent, Trilby. () Once, in a town called Moth /MLA Citation
Kent, Trilby. Once, In A Town Called Moth. : . Print.
Once, in a town called Moth /
|Published:||[Toronto] : Tundra Books, |
|Topics:||High school girls - Juvenile fiction. | Missing persons - Juvenile fiction. | Mennonites - Juvenile fiction. | Family secrets - Juvenile fiction. | Mennonites - Bolivia - Juvenile fiction. | YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Family / Marriage & Divorce. | YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Religious. | YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Social Themes / Emotions & Feelings. | Bolivians - Young adult fiction. | Bolivians - Canada - Fiction.|
|Regions:||Toronto (Ont.) - Juvenile fiction. | Bolivia. | Ontario - Toronto.|
|Genres:||Fiction. | Juvenile works. | Mystery fiction.|
|Author:||Kent, Trilby, 1982-|
|Physical Description:||220 pages ; 22 cm.
|Summary:||"Anneli has lived in a small Mennonite community in Bolivia her whole life - until now. She and her father have packed their bags, changed their names and fled, and she doesn't know why. She only knows that her father is trying to locate her mother, who disappeared when Anneli was five. Arriving in Toronto, Anneli has to fend for herself in an alien environment, isolated in a big city with no idea how to navigate the unspoken codes that come with being fourteen and in high school. Torn between two worlds, she is troubled by the things she and her father have left behind - a vanished town, a long-ago crime - but determined to find her mother: the one person who might be able to tell her just what it is they're running from."--Dust jacket flap.