"Moments after Eleanor's birth during a brilliant harvest moon, her grandfather holds her in his arms and tells her, "No matter where we are, we will always share the moon." And they do. As Eleanor grows, her grandpa teaches her to love the moon. Together they observe it in all its permutations as it waxes and wanes. Soon, Eleanor is able to see the moon in everything - even in the most unlikely places. When Eleanor and her parents move away, she misses her grandfather dreadfully. At first, moon sightings only make her miss him even more. But they find ways to make the distance feel shorter through letters and video calls, and soon Eleanor finds great comfort in the moon they share, making her feel like her grandfather is close by even when he's far away"--
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