When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

Book - 1972
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Recounts the adventures of a nine-year-old Jewish girl and her family in the early 1930's as they travel from Germany to England.
Publisher: New York, Coward, McCann & Geoghegan [1972, c1971]
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9780001849136
Branch Call Number: J KERR
Characteristics: 191 p. illus. 22 cm.

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ShionH
Nov 05, 2017

An incredible story set in a tragic time in history but in an approach suitable for all ages. It also raises many issues about growing up that can be discussed with chldren. Very funny at times too. A must read.

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Mariannabel
Jul 24, 2015

Exellent book-definitely a great book for kids (and adults) to read.

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a2zreader
Sep 02, 2014

An engaging story told from a child's point of view. Her emotions and level of understanding create suspense about her future. This is written as fiction, but is actually the story of the author and her family seeking safety and a new home in WWII Europe.

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bookaholic007
Aug 10, 2011

A great book!
It follows a young girl named Anna that must flee Germany cause her father is a very passionate Anti-Nazi.
Anna's father left first and would come back if Hitler DIDN'T win the election.
They decided, to be safe and ALL leave before then so if he did win they wouldn't be hurt or have their passports taken away so they couldn't leave.
Anna's dad was a VERY popular author that wrote many articals AGAINST the Nazi's....the Nazi's weren't verey happy and the day (or the day after) HItler won the election they came to Anna's empty house to collect the families passports but they'd already fled, and a good thing that was.

I recomend this book and the 2 books after it in it's series:
-Bombs on aunt dainty.
-A small person far away.

Enjoy!

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jessieba
May 30, 2011

This is SUCH a great book.
Very exciting

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