Rabbit in the Moon spans the years 1937-1951 (Shanghai & Hong Kong) and 1952-1956 (British Columbia). It captures a unique childhood in war-torn Shanghai and deals with the sights, sounds, and impressions of life in the International Settlement seen through the different levels of a child's maturation. It is a story of separation from home to a boarding school halfway across the world, which is as final as death. It also depicts the human condition of coping with the unknown, a devastating illness, and the resiliency of the young. Rabbit in the Moon gives insight into boarding school life in British Columbia and the life-long friendships formed in school. S. Grey Brewer lives in Sanford and received her BA and MA in English Literature from the University of Central Florida. She taught English at Seminole Community College from 1984-2007, was a holistic reader for the State of Florida's CLAST, Educational Testing Services GMAT and AP. In addition, she has been published in various literary magazines, among them SCETC Journals, The Camaraderie, Revelry, A Carolina Companion, 90 Poets of the Nineties, It's About Time, Reflections from Central Florida. She is also a past award-winning reader for nonfiction for the Florida Literary Arts Alliance and is the author of Thistledown and Transcending Boundaries.