Random House Children's Books, Jan 5, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
Based on a true story, and from the co-author of Rescuers, the courageous and vividly told story of one boy and the courageous family who risks everything to save him.
Once Jacob Gutgeld lived with his family in a beautiful house in Warsaw, Poland. He went to school and played hide-and-seek in the woods with his friends. But everything changed the day the Nazi soldiers invaded in 1939. Suddenly it wasn't safe to be Jewish anymore.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JanaRose1 - LibraryThing
Set in Poland between 1951 and 1995, this is the story of how Alex and Mela Roslan saved Jacob and his brother during the holocaust. Despite fears of the Nazi's and the consequences of being caught ... Read full review
JACOB'S RESCUE: A Holocaust StoryUser Review - Kirkus
Left with an aunt when their widowed father escaped Poland in 1940 (``It's not safe for Jewish men...[but] No civilized country would hurt women and children''), Jacob Gutgeld and his brothers were ... Read full review