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The Trouble with Shooting Stars by Meg Cannistra
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it was amazing

This was a great story about accepting trials in life. Luna and her father were involved in a car accident just before the start of seventh grade, As a result Luna does not start school at the beginning of the year, but has a classmate bring her work to her each week.. She is afraid to talk to her best friend as she is burnt and her nose is broken, forcing her to wear a compression mask.. The word "ugly" hangs in the air.

During this time of isolation, Luna meets the spacitricci, star sweepers, who clean the moon and stars and keep them shining. They go up in a ship, that resembles a steampunk airship, but shrinks in size to a child's toy. Luna spends a lot of time sitting outside her window watching Alessandro and Chiara when they move into the neighborhood. the real world and magic collide in this story to heal a twelve year old and her family.
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June 30, 2019 – Shelved

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