First edition February 1, 2001
His name is Emmanuel Maas and his mother calls him Moon. Recently he lives with her in a new city. Gone is his old life. Gone friends. That's not easy.
They should never have done it: moving to this new town. But Moon gets used to it and fortunately, Moon is very fond on his uncle Ge. In his new place, he sees Uncle Ge very often. This uncle knows everything about Moon's great hobby; stars, planets, the universe and he also learns Moon the secret Morse code. This is not just a language of dots and dashes, but a secret language. Most of all, Moon wants Uncle Ge to be his father, but then he won't have an uncle anymore and Moon wants them both.
Hallo aarde hier Maan illustratie Sandra Klaassen
When Moon meets Freckle, his life becomes more and more adventurous. She is indeed a girl, but that is hardly a problem, says Moon. Whoever seeks him will find Freckle, for where she is, he is.
That night Moon could not sleep. Seven more nights and then it would be Freckle's Birthday. What would he give her? At least something special. What did girls like? He didn't know.
— Hallo aarde Hier Maan, illustration Sandra Klaassen page 30
Gently, Moon slid the lens in front of his eye. 'Yes,' he exclaimed enthusiastically. 'What do you see?' Freckle asked. 'Polar Star, Venus and the Moon.' 'What do you see of the moon?' asked Uncle Ge. 'Mountains, seas and an American flag.' Uncle Ge laughed. 'I told you you can see almost anything with that telescope.'
— Hallo aarde Hier Maan, illustratie Sandra Klaassen page 37
His mother walked into his room with with one shoe on her foot, the other one she pointed accusingly at Maan. 'You are overreacting, Emmanuel Maas and you do it on purpose.'
— Hallo aarde Hier Maan, illustratie Sandra Klaassen blz.59
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