A Way Through the Sea by Robert Elmer
(Young Underground #1)

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On A Black Night In Denmark, Evil Prowled The Streets ….

For eleven-year-old Peter Andersen and his twin sister Elise, living in the city of Helsingor, Denmark during World War II means German soldiers in the streets, German patrol boats in the harbor, and German fighter planes in the sky. Everyone is nervous, especially their Jewish friend Henrik and his parents.

Before the invasion, no one in Denmark cared whether a person was Jewish. Now the Nazis are secretly rounding up all of the Jews who live in Denmark and sending them to prison camps in Germany. Suddenly, Henrik and his family must escape!

Sweden offers the only place of refuge, but with soldiers lurking the streets and Nazi boats patrolling the sea, only a miracle can get the Jews to safety!

 

About Robert Elmer

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Robert Elmer is the author of more than forty novels for young readers. He is a full-time writer, living in Idaho with his wife, Ronda. They are the parents of three young adults. Visit Robert's website at www.RobertElmerBooks.com. Es autor de mas de cuarenta novelas para los jovenes lectores, incluyendo series tales como Adventures Down Under, The Young Underground, y The Promise of Zion. El es un escritor a tiempo completo que vive en Idaho con su esposa Ronda y es padre de tres adultos jovenes.
 
Published January 1, 2011 by Robert Elmer. 176 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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