My family for the war
Source:Dial Books, New York, p.402 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb Curr PT2724 .O6 L5813 2012
Keywords:(DE-588)4074335-4 (DE-101)040743357 London, (DE-588)4286934-1 (DE-101)04286934X Jüdin, (DE-588)4462533-9 (DE-101)950920096 Deutsches Mädchen, (DE-588)7559346-4 (DE-101)983087040 Kindertransport, 1936-1952--Juvenile fiction, 1939-1945--England--Juvenile fiction, Great Britain--History--George VI, Great Britain--History--George VI, 1936-1952--Fiction, Historical fiction, Holocaust, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)--Fiction, Identity (Philosophical concept)--Juvenile fiction, Identity--Fiction, Jewish (1939-1945)--Juvenile fiction, Jews--England--Fiction, Jews--England--Juvenile fiction, Jugendbuch, Refugees--Fiction, Refugees--Juvenile fiction, War stories, World War, World War, 1939-1945--England--Fiction, Young adult fiction
Summary: Before the start of World War II, ten-year-old Ziska Mangold, who has Jewish ancestors but has been raised as a Protestant, is taken out of Nazi Germany on one of the Kindertransport trains, to live in London with a Jewish family, where she learns about Judaism and endures the hardships of war while attempting to keep in touch with her parents, who are trying to survive in Holland.
Lexile measure 900; Ages 12 and up