When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit


By Judith Kerr

Content: This book is an autobiographical account of a 9 year old girl who had to flee from Germany to Switzerland, then France and finally to London with her family during the Nazi occupation under Hitler.

Age Group: 9 to 12
Size : 12.7×2.3×19.3cm
Pages: 282
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Availability: 2 in stock

Judith Kerr is a celebrity children’s author and this book is her own story when she was 9 years old. In 1933 when Hitler started his control over Germany, Judith and her family who were jews had to flee the place and migrate to different countries before settling in London.

This book narrates the whole incident in the viewpoint of a 9 year old girl who suddenly lost her home and toys and friends for reasons she didn’t even understand.
The special thing about this book is unlike other holocaust books, the highlight is not tragedy but hope. The author has kept it a fun narrative and shows how we can make any adversity into opportunity if we are ready to change.
This book will be a good introduction for our readers to ideas like refugee crisis, cultural and religious diversity and about accepting change as a reality.


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