The Paris children : a novel of WWII
"Based on a true story, this novel of WWII illuminates the power of hope in the face of hatred and prejudice. As the shadows of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party fall over Paris, Madeleine Levy draws on the spirit of her WWI hero grandfather and defends her beloved France in the only way she knows how: helping Jewish children escape the impending horror. Using her education, patience, and charm, Madeleine undertakes deadly missions, saving Jewish lives throughout France. Ripe with stunning imagery of the French landscape under siege, The Paris Children illuminates the courage of love and the power of hope in the face of hatred and prejudice"--
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