Felix lives in a convent orphanage high in the mountains in Poland. He is convinced his parents are still alive and that they will one day come back to get him. When Nazi soldiers come to the orphanage Felix decides to escape and make his way home. The journey to find his parents is a long and difficult one, as all of Poland is occupied by the Nazis and a dangerous place for a Jewish boy.
i bought this book for my 11 yr old boy
who loved it but the person who really adored it
was my 8 yr old niece who listened it to over ..Show More »and over again.
this story really captured her imagination.
« Show Less
Felix and Zelda - they escaped from the Nazis, but how long can they now survive when there are so many people ready to hand them over for a reward? Thanks to the courage of a kind, brave woman they are able to hide for a time in the open, but Felix knows he has a distinguishing feature that identifies him as a Jew and that it is only a matter of time before he is discovered, which will mean death for them all. Even though he promised Zelda he would never leave her, he knows he has to, before it is too late....
There are no reviews for this title yet.
The final installment in the poignant story of Felix and Zelda, this is the sequel to Morris Gleitzman's books Once and Then. Gleitzman's acclaimed story of friends Felix and Zelda in Nazi-occupied Poland has captured the hearts and minds of readers and listeners worldwide. In Now he delivers the final chapter, bringing this most moving of stories into the present day.
Following a heartbreaking struggle to survive as a Jewish child in Germany, Felix faces perhaps his greatest challenge - to find hope when he's lost almost everything. As Europe goes through the final agonizing stages of the war, Felix struggles to reconcile hatred and healing. He's helped by a new friend, but if he should lose her as well...
Absolutely brilliant there are no ways to Change this production the way I see this story is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING.Bye
After the Nazis took my parents, I was scared. After they killed my best friend, I was angry. After I joined the partisans and helped defeat the Nazis, I was hopeful. Soon, I said, we'll be safe. I was wrong.