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By Gleitzman, Morris
The second story of Felix and Zelda. They escaped from the Nazis but how long can they now survive when there are so many people ready to hand them over for a reward? Thanks to the courage of a kind, brave woman they are able to hide for a time in the open, but Felix knows he has... a distinguishing feature that identifies him as a Jew..Read more
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For three years and eight months Felix has lived in a convent orphanage high in the mountains of Poland. He is different from the other orphans, though, as Felix is convinced his parents are still alive and that they will one day come back to get him. But instead, the orphanage i...s visited by a group of Nazis... This book is suitable for ages 11+.Read more
A Jewish boy name Felix looks for his parents in Poland during WWII.
Felix is lucky. Unlike the other children in the orphanage, he's certain his parents will come back for him one day. And whatever the Nazis do and however many books they burn, Felix's imagination provides him and his companions with an endless supply of stories that protect them... when they're on the run and one day may even save Felix's life.Read more
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By Gleitzman, Morris; Narrator Fahey, Mary-Anne
Morris Gleitzman's acclaimed story of friends Felix and Zelda in Nazi-occupied Poland has captured the hearts and minds of readers worldwide. In Now he delivers the final chapter, bringing this most moving of stories into the present day.
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