Adam & Thomas
—Apelfeld, Aharon, author.
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"Adam and Thomas is the story of two nine-year-old Jewish boys who survive World War II by banding together in the forest. They are alone, visited only furtively, every few days by Mina, a mercurial girl who herself has found refuge from the war by living with a peasant family. She makes secret journeys and brings the boys parcels of food at her own risk. Adam and Thomas must learn to survive and do. They forage and build a small tree house, although it's more like a bird's nest. Adam's family dog, Miro, manages to find his way to him, to the joy of both boys. Miro brings the warmth of home with him. Echoes of the war are felt in the forest. The boys meet fugitives fleeing for their lives and try to help them. They learn to disappear in moments of danger. And they barely survive winter's harshest weather, but when things seem to be at their worst, a miracle happens." -- Publisher's description

Item Details
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Juvenile fiction.
Jews -- Juvenile fiction.
Refugees -- Juvenile fiction.
Survival -- Juvenile fiction.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Juvenile fiction.
Other Authors:
Dumas, Philippe, illustrator.
Green, Yaacov Jeffrey, translator.
149 pages : colour illustrations ; 22 cm
Other Title:
Adam and Thomas
"Originally published in Hebrew as Yalda Shelo Minhaolam Hazé (A girl from another world) English-language translation ©2015 by Jeffrey Green." -- Title page verso
Text in English translated from the Hebrew.
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