This trilogy is a largely autobiographical account of how Anna and her family flee Germany in 1933, travelling to Switzerland, then France, then England. In London during the Blitz, Anna is an "enemy alien". After the war she returns to Berlin where her mother is very ill, and must face the past.
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Acclaim for When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit:
‘... a compassionate introduction to the whole subject of World War II...’ Books for your Children
‘... an extremely exciting adventure story...’ Daily Express
‘... a charming and touching book, often very funny...’ Daily Mail
‘... exact, intelligent and unsentimental.’ Sunday TelegraphFrom the Back Cover:
AN OMNIBUS EDITION CONTAINING THREE CLASSIC BOOKS
Anna was a German child when she had to flee from the Nazis before the War. By the time the bombs began to fall she was a stateless adolescent in London, and after it was all over she became a happily married Englishwoman who had put the past behind her – or so she thought.
In Judith Kerr's internationally acclaimed trilogy 'When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, The Other Way Round 'and 'A Small Person Far Away', we see the world through Anna's eyes as she grows up – from her much loved family to Hitler's holocaust.
Judith Kerr was born in Berlin and left Germany in 1933 to escape the Nazis. Her novels are based on her own experience.
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Book Description Collins, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11000675077X