Kat and Eru are new in town and trying to find their way. Not easy when her mum’s in a relationship with his mum, and he’s not your usual sort of guy: Māori with the palest skin and blond dreads and – strangest of all – no ears. More moon than boy…
About the author
Kathy Sutcliffe lives in Rotorua and works as a teacher at Rotorua Intermediate. Outside of class, she loves to write and explore the outdoors with her family and beloved miniature fox terrier, Basil. She is the author of two previous novels: Write My Face for adults, and When Romeo Kissed Mercutio for young adults.
“Moon Boy is a gripping, caring, witty, sad, inspiring, challenging and romantic story for senior teens. The author never puts a foot wrong.” — Trevor Agnew
Praise for When Romeo Kissed Mercutio: “a stunning YA novel about the joys and difficulties of a gay relationship in a small city. Sutcliffe is a compelling storyteller.” — John McIntyre, The Children’s Bookshop