A Pocket Full of Seeds

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iUniverse, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 148 pages
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Nicole Nieman has never really thought about being Jewish. Now, with the Nazis occupying France, it is the only thing on her mind. An almost endless stream of refugees comes to stay at their house, and her parents wonder if they too ought to escape over the border to switzerland or take the chance and wait it out. Then one awful day Nicole comes home from school to find her parents and her sister gone. The Nazis who have taken them are still looking for her. Where can Nicole hide? And will she ever see her family again?

"A significant addition to the growing collection of children's books dealing with World War II."
-The Boston Globe

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Sachs' story of a Jewish French girl's experience of World War II is based on the experience of a friend and recalled with the slanted sharpness of personal memory (if not the absorbing immediacy of ... Read full review

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In this book there is a girl who has a smaller sister and when she comes home one day her parents are not there so she goes for help asking people where her parents are. Now You Have To Find Out What Happens Next!!!
I Am Not So Ever Going To Spoil The Whole Book For You!!! XD

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Marilyn Sachs, author of "Lost in America," is also the author of more than 40 award-winning books, including A Pocket Full of Seeds, and the National Book Award finalist The Bear's House. She is a lifetime member of the Jane Austen Society and founder of its San Francisco branch.

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