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Thirteen-year-old Halina Rudowski narrowly escapes the ghetto after her mother is taken by the Nazis.
With the help of a family friend, Halina joins an encampment of men, women, and children who live in underground bunkers in the forest of western Poland.
As the group struggles for food, handles in-fighting, and attempts to protect themselves from the advancing Germans, Halina experiences hardships of her own. Her friend Reuven has yet to return from a mission to gather food, and she's determined to venture out of the camp to find him.
This is not just an historical novel about the Holocaust, but a fluid, gripping coming-of-age story about a girl living in extraordinary circumstances.
About the Author
D. Dina Friedman teaches writing at the University of Massachusetts. She has published a number of short stories, poems, articles,and plays in literary journals, and has been twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize. This is her first bookfor a younger audience. Ms. Friedman lives in Hadley, Massachusetts.
For Ages: 12+ years old
Published: 5th February 2007
Dimensions (cm): 19.800 x 12.900
Weight (kg): 0.188