It's spring 1942, and life in the Warsaw ghetto is hard and often brutal with the Jews subject to beatings and execution at the lands of the hated SS. Young Misha lives at the Orphans' Home run by the heroic Dr. Korczak. But the time is fast approaching when Misha must prove himself a hero too. . .
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A novel about risk and endurance as 14 year-old Misha struggles to stay alive in a Warsaw ghetto under Nazi rule.About the Author:
An English author of historical fiction for young people, Christa Laird has been consistently praised for writing moving, thought-provoking works that successfully blend real facts, people, and events with invented characters and situations. Recognized for her thorough research, Laird is noted for including an abundance of accurate information about the periods she depicts as well as prefaces and postscripts that provide further resources.
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Book Description RED FOX, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 009940057X