The wind on the moon a story for children is a fantasy novel by eric linklater published by macmillan in 1944 with illustrations by nicholas bentley the american division macmillan us published an edition in the same year. Eric linklaters the wind on the moon winner of the carnegie award is a wildly inventive fantasy that just begs to be read aloud the horn book magazine a wildly eccentric adventure of two sisters who set out on a complicated mission to rescue their father from prison in an enemy country. The wind on the moon is a wartime book it was published in 1944 and it dwells on those elements of life in short supply or under threat in britain such as food and liberty and fun. The wind on the moon by eric linklater eric linklaters 1944 carnegie medal winning childrens novel the wind on the moon begins its meandering story line as major palfrey is set to leave his two daughters dinah and dorinda and his wife to join the wars. The wind on the moon is a wartime book it was published in 1944 and it dwells on those elements of life in short supply or under threat in britain such as food and liberty and fun
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