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Going to the Moon

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Jimmy can’t stop the words. He can’t make them behave.
Words have power.
They have power over Jimmy.
And because of them, he gets bullied at school.
Jimmy has Tourette’s Syndrome.
But he wants to be an astronaut when he grows up.
Jimmy wants to go to the moon.
Paperback, 36 pages
Published February 2012 by House of Murky Depths
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Lavie Tidhar was raised on a kibbutz in Israel. He has travelled extensively since he was a teenager, living in South Africa, the UK, Laos, and the small island nation of Vanuatu.

Tidhar began publishing with a poetry collection in Hebrew in 1998, but soon moved to fiction, becoming a prolific author of short stories early in the 21st century.

Temporal Spiders, Spatial Webs won the 2003 Clarke-Bradb
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