When Hannah finds herself catapulted from modern New York to Poland in 1942, she realises that as a Jew she and her family and friends are in ...Show synopsisWhen Hannah finds herself catapulted from modern New York to Poland in 1942, she realises that as a Jew she and her family and friends are in terrible danger. However, no one will believe Hannah when she warns of the horrors to come and history takes its course. A tale of courage, love and friendship that makes for a sobering and heart warming read.Hide synopsis
Excellent book for middle school students who are studying the Holocaust. The story takes an average modern day teen, and places her in a WWII concentration camp. The reader is able to experience the painstaking and horrific events through the protagonists eyes. Any person, young or old, who feels compassion will enjoy this novel for young adults.
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