Escape from Berlin

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Product Details
Price
$17.95  $16.69
Publisher
Tundra Books (NY)
Publish Date
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.4 X 7.6 X 1.3 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781770496118

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About the Author
Irene N. Watts was born in Berlin, Germany. She arrived in England by Kindertransport on December 10, 1938. She was seven years old and traveled alone. As a playwright and writer who has worked throughout Canada and Europe, she has published many award-winning books for children, including Good-bye Marianne, Finding Sophie, Remember Me, Flower, When the Bough Breaks, Clay Man: The Golem of Prague, No Moon, and Touched by Fire. Her books have been translated into several languages, including Italian, French, and Dutch. Irene N. Watts lives in Vancouver. The author lives in Vancouver, BC.
Reviews
Praise for Good-bye Marianne

"In this very moving and beautifully written story readers will discover what it was like to be a Jewish child in Nazi Germany. They will come to appreciate how terrifying it was to live in such a place at such a dark time, and to understand how miserable it was for families to be broken apart the way they were." - Looking Glass Review

Praise for Remember Me

"In this poignant and sometimes heartbreaking story, the author paints a wonderful portrait in words of a young girl whose whole life has been turned upside down. Readers will see what it must have been life to be taken away from one's family and to be forced to live with people who did not and could not understand what it was like to be a German Jewish child." - from an online review at www.lookingglassreview.com

Praise for Finding Sophie

"Most young people know very little about the Kindertransport, and this lovely story will open their eyes while introducing them to a memorable young woman who will remain in their thoughts." - School Library Journal

"This haunting story is ... an intensely emotional and poignant look at the devastation of war from a young person's perspective." - VOYA