Missing Girls by Lois Metzger

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Since her mother died four years ago, Carrie Schmidt has been like a sleepwalker. When she moves in with her grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, she wakes up--and then she meets Mona Brockner. Mona knows about "lucid dreaming", being awake inside your dreams. Mona's friendship, and her "dream lesson", lead Carrie back to her mother--and her own future.

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Published February 1, 1999 by Viking Juvenile. 208 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Mutti’s gripping, terrible tales and the return of an old friend who raised Carrie’s mother when she was sent to Scotland at age nine awaken in Carrie a connection to her current family, to her ancestry, and, ultimately, to a stronger sense of self.

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This is true also of tales about Carrie's family history, told by Carrie's grandmother, who survived nine concentration camps, and Angus, a visiting Scotsman who sheltered Carrie's then-teenage mother during WWII.

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