Hide and Seek by Ida Vos

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A young Jewish girl relates her experience of the Nazi occupation of Holland during World War II -- the separation, the hiding, and the fear both during and after the war.
 

About Ida Vos

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Geert Spillebeen lives in Izegem, Belgium, where he is a journalist and radio presenter. This is his first novel published in the United States.
 
Published March 25, 1991 by Houghton Mifflin. 144 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Romance. Fiction

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Rachel Hartog is only eight years old when the Nazis invade her native Holland. Gradually her childhood is disfigured: sent to a school for Jewish children only, forbidden to enter the parks or use th

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-036909-0 A Dutch Jewish girl survives WWII in hiding in the first of these novels;

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Rachel Hartog is only eight years old when the Nazis invade her native Holland. Gradually her childhood is disfigured: sent to a school for Jewish children only, forbidden to enter the parks or use th

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