Touch wood: a girlhood in occupied France
In this autobiographical novel set in Nazi-occupied France, Renee, a young Jewish girl, and her family flee their home in Alsace and live a precarious existence in Paris until Renee and her sister escape to the shelter of a Catholic school in Normandy.
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - LibraryThing
Renee and her family flee their home in Alsace to take up residence in Paris as the Nazi's invade France. As the Nazi's tighten their grip on the city, Renee and her family are forced to wear yellow Stars of David, announcing that they are Jewish. When close friends are picked up by the police, the family decides that Paris is no longer safe for the children. Renee and her two sisters are sent to a home managed by Catholic nuns, where they hide that they are Jewish. Rennee's feelings of jealous and anger are easy to understand and many children will relate to her.
Review: Touch Wood: A Girlhood in Occupied FranceNutzerbericht - Goodreads
Touch Wood: A Girlhood in Occupied France by Renee Roth-Hano is about three sisters who must move around from city in order to stay alive. The German Nazis have taken over their beloved France and ...
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