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ISBN:
0689311133
Author:
Sonia Levitin
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Atheneum (March 1, 1986)
EPUB book:
1987 kb
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1756 kb
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1582 kb
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4.2
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Sonia Levitin (b. Berlin, August 18, 1934) is a German American novelist, artist, producer, Holocaust Survivor, and author of over forty novels and picture books for young adults and children, as well as several theatrical plays and published essays.

Sonia Levitin (b. Berlin, August 18, 1934) is a German American novelist, artist, producer, Holocaust Survivor, and author of over forty novels and picture books for young adults and children, as well as several theatrical plays and published essays on various topics for adults. Her book Incident at Loring Groves (1988) won an Edgar Allan Poe Award. Sonia Levitin was born in Berlin in 1934 under a Nazi controlled Germany

A Season for Unicorns book.

A Season for Unicorns book. Sonia Levitin is a German-American novelist, artist, producer, Holocaust Survivor, and author of over forty novels and picture books for young adults and children, as well as several theatrical plays and published essays on various topics for adults. Her book Incident at Loring Groves won an Edgar Allan Poe Award. Books by Sonia Levitin.

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It's 1938, and terrible things are happening in Germany. The Nazis are in charge

It's 1938, and terrible things are happening in Germany. The Nazis are in charge. Lisa Platt lives with her parents and two sisters. She doesn't fully know what is happening, but she is scared. Her father decides the family's only chance is to get to America. 1986) A novel by Sonia Levitin. Hot-air balloonist Gus McMurphy and his mother counsel Inky, a young girl shocked and confused by the discovery that her handsome father has been repeatedly unfaithful to her resigned and unhappy mother. Used availability for Sonia Levitin's A Season for Unicorns.

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Flag as Inappropriate. A Season for Unicorns. The Singing Mountain. Silver (2011-01-01). Best Jewish Books for Children and Teens: A JPS Guide. Jewish Publication Society. In 1976 and in 1994. Given in 1989 for the novel "The Return", this award was specifically ironic because it is given by the German Bishops' Conference to "the book which best promotes faith and Christian values. Levitin was the first Jewish author to be recognized by the German Catholic Church and after a painstaking decision, she decided to return to Germany for the first time since the holocaust to accept the prize in person.

Sonia Levitin is a German American novelist, artist, producer, Holocaust Survivor, and author of over forty novels and . Levitin wrote numerous novels for young adults that oftentimes featured l characters.

Sonia Levitin is a German American novelist, artist, producer, Holocaust Survivor, and author of over forty novels and picture. Her books often describe historical events and tragedies, especially toward

Disillusioned by her father's infidelity, Inky abandons her family to seek courage and honesty in a household operating a hot air balloon launch.