By Karen Levine
An award-winning e-book in line with a real tale that spans three continents and 70 years. it's the tale of an easy suitcase with a reputation on it. And the quest to find what had occurred to its proprietor. this can be a "Holocaust Remembrance ebook for younger Readers"
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Nové Město na Moravě, 1938 HANA HAD BLONDE HAIR, blue eyes and a very pretty round face. She was a strong girl. Once in a while, Hana would provoke a battle with George, just to show off her muscles. Even though her brother was three years older, Hana would sometimes emerge the winner. But most of the time, Hana and George played well together. Hana loved to play outdoors when she was young. In the summer, in the creek behind their house, they pretended to be in the navy. Climbing into an old wooden washtub, the children sailed along until one or the other pulled the plug in the middle and they sank, laughing and splashing.
He ordered Hana. ” Hana asked. “Move! ” the soldier ordered. What Hana feared most was about to happen. George gave her a quick hug. “Don’t worry,” he said. ” Holding back tears, Hana picked up her suitcase and followed the other girls to Kinderheim (children’s home) L410, a large barrack for girls that was to be Hana’s home for the next two years. Terezin, July 2000 FUMIKO COULDN’T BELIEVE IT. She was very upset — with herself and with her bad luck. I’ve come all this way and everyone who might be able to help me is on holiday.
Don’t worry,” he said. ” Holding back tears, Hana picked up her suitcase and followed the other girls to Kinderheim (children’s home) L410, a large barrack for girls that was to be Hana’s home for the next two years. Terezin, July 2000 FUMIKO COULDN’T BELIEVE IT. She was very upset — with herself and with her bad luck. I’ve come all this way and everyone who might be able to help me is on holiday. How did I manage to pick such a bad time to come to the Terezin Museum? How could I be so stupid?