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When Hitler Stole Pink RabbitBombs on Aunt Dainty MOBI

When Hitler Stole Pink RabbitBombs on Aunt Dainty [Read] ➳ When Hitler Stole Pink RabbitBombs on Aunt Dainty ➻ Judith Kerr – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Nine year old Anna was too busy with schoolwork and friends in 1933 to take much notice of Adolf Hitler's rise to power in her native Germany But when her father is suddenly unaccountably missing and Stole Pink Kindle Ò Nine year old Anna was too busy with schoolwork and friends in to take much notice of Adolf Hitler's rise to power in her native Germany But when her father is Hitler Stole Pink RabbitBombs on MOBI :å suddenly unaccountably missing and her family flees Berlin in secrecy Anna is forced to learn the skills needed to When Hitler Kindle - be a refugee and finds she's much resilient than she thought.

10 thoughts on “When Hitler Stole Pink RabbitBombs on Aunt Dainty

  1. Ronig Ronig says:

    This story is very different compared to other Second World War stories Instead of making you cry it will make you laugh Judith Kerr has taken a very serious theme and found a way to explain things Anna faced in entertainment and nice to read way The book is an autobiographical novel about the author and her family adventures throughout the hardships of the holocaust The story is told from the perspective of Anna the main character through a series of very funny events whether it's escaping on the midnight train to Switzerland or learning French from scratch The book is for children and teenagers and it is perfect for the holocaust remembrance month we are currently celebrating This book is written beautifully and I would recommend any parent to let their child read this book It will teach them a lot about tolerance and family cooperation through hard times The book “When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit” is a good book for any age not just children I enjoyed this book from start to finish It is so heart touching interesting and has a touch of fun in it

  2. Brittany Payne Brittany Payne says:

    Brilliant book and interesting read I love abit of history and this is well written and easy to fall in love with

  3. Robyn Robyn says:

    Have read numerous books regarding WWII but this was from a different angle again and challenges me to understand how hard it is when people are displaced due to war and that they can end up not belonging anywhere Good to grow in empathy for people that continue to be in this situation even today This book is based on the author's experience in WWII

  4. Nigel Nigel says:

    A touching duo of simple but affecting autobiographical novels describing the disrupted childhood and coming of age of adaptable Jewish German refugee girl Anna tracing her journey from a comfortable life in Berlin via Switzerland and Paris to London in the Blitz

  5. Cloverhand Reader Cloverhand Reader says:

    I'm not usually someone who reads historical fiction even though I do enjoy it But this book has become one of my favourite books that I have read It is a novel set in WWII which already made me think that I would enjoy it as I like anything set in this time periodThe second thing that I enjoyed about it the most was the fact that the main character loves art which is something that I was also interested in at the timeThis book is one of the few that managed to make me cry as I read it not spooling which bits did that to meI would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical fiction especially The Book Thief since I personally enjoyed this book a lot than that oneDon't let the fact that it is aimed at younger children put you off the writing style doesn't reflect that at all

  6. Barbara Phillips-Farley Barbara Phillips-Farley says:

    This When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit is a young adult book and I thoroughly enjoyed it I would also call it a memoir of childhood during the years the author was 9 11 It is charming factual and informative of the period I learned that Swiss schooling included singing in the afternoons and that French schools were about the same as now The author's family fled Berlin as Hitler was elected They then spent 9 months in Switzerland about 15 years in Paris and the rest of WWII in London Judith Kerr died last weekk and that's how I learned of her work primarily as an author illustrator of children's books 'Glad I did

  7. Ejs Ejs says:

    This is a book written for 9 12 yr olds about a Jewish girl of the same age Her father is a prominent journalist in Germany who sees the writing on the wall about Hitler The family escapes to Switzerland right before the election We follow the family from there to France and then England Their lives as refugees are told in this tale by the daughter Anna

  8. Geraldine Geraldine says:

    I read the second story; Bombs on Aunt Dainty very touching and interesting memories of refugee life in WW2 England from the point of view of an adolescent girl Really moving and I would recommend

  9. Ruth Ruth says:

    I love this book amaizinh for my age group and a wonderful read

  10. Kirsten Edwards Kirsten Edwards says:

    Sad but hopeful book about Judith Kerr’s life in London during The Blitz

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