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by Terese Edelstein,Inez Smidt,Ida Vos
- ISBN: 0140369082
- ISBN13: 978-0140369083
- ePub: 1378 kb | FB2: 1818 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Literature & Fiction
- Publisher: Scholastic Inc (March 1, 1995)
- Pages: 144
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Prebound Book, 132 pages. You may also be interested in these fine selections
Prebound Book, 132 pages. A young Jewish girl living in Holland tells of her experiences during the Nazi occupation, her years in hiding, and the aftershock when the war finally ends. You may also be interested in these fine selections.
Format Book 132 pages. Publication date 09 Apr 2009. Publisher Paw Prints.
by Ida Vos & translated by Terese Edelstein & Inez Smidt. Anna, 13, has just emerged from three years of hiding, during which she rarely spoke; she still imagines that a figure lurking behind a curtain in a nearby house is a Nazi, and she has nightmares fueled by the terrible things she knows her parents are keeping from her.
Terese Svoboda is an American poet, novelist, memoirist, short story writer, librettist, translator, biographer, critic and videomaker. Svoboda was raised in Nebraska. She attended local schools, then matriculated at Manhattanville College, the University of Nebraska, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Oxford University, Stanford University, the University of Colorado, and the University of British Columbia, where she graduated with a . in studio art and creative writing.
Today for the first time Rachel must go to school with a yellow star on her coat, a big yellow star, with the word Jew written in the middle of it. Thus everyone can see that she is Jewish.
Like Ida Vos's other books, this one too closely mirrors the story of her own . Ida Vos has written other books about World War 2. In which her family was involved.
Ida Vos has written other books about World War 2.
Ida Vos, Terese Edelstein (Translator). Inez Smidt (Translator). She was only eight years old when the Nazis invaded. when the Nazis invaded it changed little Rachel's life forever
Ida Vos, Terese Edelstein (Translator). when the Nazis invaded it changed little Rachel's life forever. She no longer was aloud to go to her school, ride her bike or even go to the park. Unexpectedly Rachel was told all of these new rules and was also forced to wear a yellow star just because she was Jewish. When the Nazis start their attach Rachel and her family go into hiding.
By Ida Vos. Translated by Terese Edelstein and Inez Smidt. A last chapter lists the fates of many friends and family members. Correction: Nov. 10, 1991.