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The underground reporters

Author: Kathy Kacer
Publisher: Toronto : Second Story Press, 2004.
Series: Holocaust remembrance book for young readers.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Recounts the story of a group of Jewish children growing up in the Czech town of Budejovice during World War II, who founded a newspaper to document their concerns and the problems they encountered as conditions began to grow worse.
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Genre/Form: History
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Ouvrages pour la jeunesse
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kathy Kacer
ISBN: 1896764851 9781896764856
OCLC Number: 56631820
Awards: Commended for Sydney Taylor Book Award (Older Readers) 2004
Description: xi, 155 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Prologue--Leaving home: April 14, 1942: Part One: Introducing John --
Neubauer family --
Proud country: October 1937 --
Nazis arrive: March 15, 1939 --
Laws and restrictions: July 1939 --
War in the world: September 1939 --
Part two: Request: June 1940 --
Summer days at the swimming hole: July 1940 --
Ruda's idea: August 1940 --
Everyone loves Klepy --
Back to school: September 1940 --
Reporting team --
Ruda's invitation --
New reporter --
Frances in brno: February 1941 --
Underground reporters: March 1941 --
Outing: June 1941 --
Goodbye to the swimming hole: August 1941 --
Last days of Klepy: September 1941 --
Deportation: November 1941 --
Getting ready to leave: February 1942 --
Hiding Klepy --
Leaving home: April 1942 --
Part three: Theresienstadt: April 1942 --
In the barracks --
Bobrick --
Special ceremony: June 13, 1943 --
Wedding in Theresienstadt --
Leaving Theresienstadt: November 1943 --
Life and death in Auschwitz --
March: April 1945 --
Epilogue--finding Klepy.
Series Title: Holocaust remembrance book for young readers.
Responsibility: Kathy Kacer.

Abstract:

Recounts the story of a group of Jewish children growing up in the Czech town of Budejovice during World War II, who founded a newspaper to document their concerns and the problems they encountered as conditions began to grow worse.

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