Dancing on the Bridge of AvignonBook - 1995
For ten-year-old Rosa de Jong, dreams are her refuge from everyday life in Nazi-occupied Holland. Dreams and one other thing - her music, for Rosa is a talented violinist. Like other Jewish children, she can no longer go to school, but she still has her violin lessons with old Mr. Goldstein. Rosa's parents have a dream, too, one they hardly dare mention except in jokes about dancing in Avignon. But will their wartime dreams come true?
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1995.
Branch Call Number: J/VOS
Characteristics: 183p. 22cm.