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Description:Very good in good dust jacket. Library binding. Cloth over...Very good in good dust jacket. Library binding. Cloth over boards. Audience: Children/juvenile. Translated by clara and Richard Winston. Library of Congress # 52-13677 copyright 1953. Note by former owner on flypage. "Parents Magazine Book Club for Children. June 1954 Selection. " in neat ink. Dj not price clipped $2.50. The Ark, gives young Americans an honest, realistic picture of the terribel aftermath of war in a defeated country. Its a sotry of courage, the courage of real people who, caught up in adversity that has shattered their lives, can still look at the future with hope and at the past without bitterness. Binding is green with grey on spine. dj some rubbing with mild chips
THE ARK describes life in Germany in the immediate aftermath of World War II from the perspective of a German family displaced from their home in what would become East Germany. The main character, Margret, is a young teenager mourning not only the loss of her home, but the death of her twin brother ...
A well-written, insightful book about the rebuilding of family ties and hope in post-WW II Germany. The focus is on the growth of a teenage girl who has experienced the horrors of war and the difficulties of keeping her family together when the world she knew has been destroyed. A great read for teens ...
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