A woman who experienced fear and prejudice during World War II describes how her parents sent her and her siblings to far off England for the duration of the war, where they struggled with a foreign language and prejudice....
|Publisher||:||Henry Holt 1st edition October 1, 1992|
|Number of Pages||:||146 pages|
|File Size||:||784 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Thought provoking true story, that makes the reader feel like she is that child. Tender hearted felt story, and when you think about it..we are all adopted into God's family..So we should never all feel like we are always alone. A true keeper for your library.
i ordered this book for my own personal library. book promptly sent to me. book in good condition. mailing packaging good. price excellant. i recently learned about the kindertransport. just amazes me what took place during hitler's persecution of the jews.
The unfailing memory of the writer is certainly understood given all of her hard trials at such a tender age. She showed such courage given the fact that she had to suffer first because of her Jewish ancestors, secondly,learn a new language and finally, constant changes in families. It was written tenderly, always giving credit to her helpers along the journey.
This book sheds light on an aspect of World War II that has not gotten much publicity. It is well-written, from the point of view of a young person. The story is riveting for readers of all ages. The author is to be commended for her clarity of memory and for her honesty. This would be an excellent book for all students of World War II.
Amazing woman--amazing story. Keep selling it!
I chose to rate this book highly for two reasons. First for the historical value. Second for the flow of the story.
Very short and simple. Not as in-depth as I anticipated. Not a book I would recommend to a friend, but interesting subject matter.