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In Nazi-occupied Denmark, ten-year-old Annemarie Johansen is called upon for a selfless act of bravery to help save her best friend from a terrible fate. Winner of the Newbery Medal, newly reissued in the Essential Modern Classics range. "They plan to arrest all the Danish Jews. They plan to take them away. And we have been told that they may come tonight." It is 1943 and life in Copenhagen is becoming complicated for Annemarie. There ...

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karina P

Nov 19, 2016

Increible libro (book)

Very nice book. Great story. Historia increible, un poco triste

Wilma

Jun 19, 2014

Good Read

If you want a well-rounded view of the holocaust period, this book, and IN MY HANDS are both necessities.

David S

Mar 22, 2012

What a story!

Provider accurately described this offering and shipped it fast!

VoraciousReader

Aug 28, 2009

Excellent Historical Fiction

Ten-year-olds Annemarie and her friend Ellen are living in Denmark during
World War II. Ellen and her family are Jewish and are eventually forced to
flee to Sweden with the help of the Danish Resistance and Annemarie.
Although she is portrayed as the heroine of the story, Annemarie struggles
with being brave and learns that sometimes you can be brave even when you're
afraid. This is an excellent story (winner of a Newberry) with engaging
characters and many historical details, showing the effects of the Holocaust
through the eyes of a ten-year-old girl.

Christopher

Aug 9, 2007

I loved this book!

I first read this book in elementary school. I enjoyed it so much that I got a copy of it. I have no complaints. This book is a classic!

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