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Hachette Children's Group, May 5, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
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This is the true story of Jews and Gypsies in Warsaw during the Nazi occupation. But it is also the story of a street orphan who survives on quick thinking schemes to find food: who believes in bread, mothers and angels. A tragic but beautiful account through the eyes of the innocent.

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User Review  - Elmzee - Borders

This book was actualy REALLY was in the pov of a orphan child who soon found his place in the run and eat. This book has so much more then that to it. It's kinda like to "kill a ... Read full review


User Review  - BoOkWoRm121 - Borders

I've read this book so much that even if you recite a line I can say the whole conversation or part that involved that line... I love it so much and every time I read it I cry... This book was definitely not hard to get into... Well for me at least... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Jerry Spinelli started out wanting to be a cowboy. Luckily for young readers, he later decided to become a writer, even though he's still not sure he can call himself one (he does other things too, like picking berries and skipping stones).

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