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|Material Type:||Fiction, Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Fern Schumer Chapman
|Awards:||A Junior Library Guild selection|
|Description:||205 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Nobody told me anything --
All I could see was the blue --
But I wanted to go to the zoo --
This is "goodbye" --
Willkommen in Amerika --
You bathe on Tuesdays and Thursdays --
Baby bear's chair --
Step on a crack --
Don't call me Julius! --
Hankus pankus --
I took you in --
What did you expect? --
We must live.
|Responsibility:||Fern Schumer Chapman.|
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This is a Story of Strength and Courage
In 1938, at age 12, Edith is placed aboard ship alone to travel from her home in Germany to Chicago, where she is to live with her uncle and his family. This is a story of strength and courage. The afterward is a must-read and is very informative.
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