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Kathy Kacer - Hiding Edith - 9781408113653 - V9781408113653
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Hiding Edith

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Description for Hiding Edith Paperback. A true account of one girl's experience during World War II. Edith was just one of the children saved by the incredible actions of the villagers of Moissac, who kept the identity of the Jewish children a secret, protecting them from the Nazis. Num Pages: 160 pages, Illustrations, 1 map. BIC Classification: 1D; 3JJH; 5AK; YFY. Category: (JC) Children's (6-12). Dimension: 197 x 130 x 13. Weight in Grams: 184. 160 pages, Illustrations, 1 map. A true account of one girl's experience during World War II. Edith was just one of the children saved by the incredible actions of the villagers of Moissac, who kept the identity of the Jewish children a secret, protecting them from the Nazis. Cateogry: (JC) Children's (6-12). BIC Classification: 1D; 3JJH; 5AK; YFY. Dimension: 197 x 130 x 13. Weight: 180.
Hiding Edith tells the true story of Edith Schwalb. The Schwalb family were amongst the many Jewish families who fled their homes as Nazi power increased in the lead-up to World War II. Edith was sent to Moissac, a small town in the south of France where the whole village kept the secret of a couple (Shatta and Bouli Simon) who ran a children's home in the area and protected the identity of the Jewish children who stayed there. Eventually the home is forced to close and Edith experiences many other dangers, surviving to tell her tale. Kathy Kacer captures ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
A & C Black Publishers Ltd
Number of pages
160
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2009
Condition
New
Number of Pages
160
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781408113653
SKU
V9781408113653
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Ref
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About Kathy Kacer
Kathy Kacer is an award-winning Canadian writer of non fiction for children. She has written several books focusing on the Holocaust.

Reviews for Hiding Edith
' The story is dramatic and moving, a powerful tool to rebut Holocaust denial ' The Teacher (June 2010)

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