Hiding Edith : a true story
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Hiding Edith : a true story

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Hiding Edith : a true story
Call No: J 940.53161 K11h

Call NumberJ 940.53161 K11h
Dates[2006]; ©2006
Statement of Responsibilityby Kathy Kacer.
Creators & ContributorsKacer, Kathy (author)
Schwalb, Edith (subject)

Hiding Edith tells the "true story of Edith Schwalb, a young Jewish girl who was saved from the Nazis by the courage of the entire French village of Moissac. Edith's story is remarkable not only for her own bravery, but for the bravery of those that helped her: an entire village, including its mayor and citizenry, heroically conspired to conceal the presence of hundreds of Jewish children who lived in the safe house. The children went to the local school, roamed the streets and ate good food, all without having to worry about concealing their Jewish identity... Hiding Edith details not only the amazing courage and struggles of one young girl, but the inspiring spirit of the people she met." —Publisher 

Physical Description 151 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherToronto : Second Story Press
Notes"A Holocaust Remembrance Book for Young Readers" —Title page verso
AudiencePublisher recommendation: Ages 9–13, Grades 4–8