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5.0 out of 5 stars Well written, 24 Oct 2006
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bernie "xyzzy" (Arlington, Texas) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Ais Hitler Das Rosa Kaninchen Stahl (Paperback)
Anna only knows she is Jewish because her father says so. However it is enough to force the family to flee Germany (1933) due to the on coming of the Nazi regime. She will travel to several countries learning the language and staying one step ahead of the spreading Nazi influence. In her travels she learns of many concepts which include the confiscation of her "Pink Rabbit."

Many books unintentionally talk down to children. Not this book it looks you right in the eye. Anna still maintains the innocence of her youth. But the problems and dealing with people can happen at any age.

The story is told from the perspective of Anna. And not too surprisingly it parallels that of the author and illustrator Judith Kerr who was forced to leave Germany in 1933.
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Ais Hitler Das Rosa Kaninchen Stahl by Judith Kerr (Paperback - 11 Dec 1990)
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