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Georgia hunter

Georgia hunter

Georgia hunter

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When Georgia Hunter was fifteen years old, she learned that she came from a family of Holocaust survivors. We Were the Lucky Ones was born of her quest to uncover her family’s staggering history. Hunter’s site, www.georgiahunterauthor.com, offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the extensive research this project has entailed. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and twIspirato alla vera storia della famiglia di Georgia Hunter, Noi, i salvati ci conduce dai jazz club di Parigi alle prigioni di Cracovia, dalle spiagge di Casablanca ai gulag siberiani, mostrandoci come pure nei momenti più bui della Storia c'è sempre una luce che brilla e che ci dà la forza di superare ogni avversità.

When Georgia Hunter was fifteen years old, she learned that she came from a family of Holocaust survivors. We Were the Lucky Ones was born of her quest to uncover her family’s staggering history. Georgia’s site, www.georgiahunterauthor.com, offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the extensive research this project has entailed. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and their two sons. When Georgia Hunter was fifteen years old, she learned that she came from a family of Holocaust survivors. We Were the Lucky Ones was born of her quest to uncover her family’s staggering history. Georgia’s site, This is perhaps a thank you note for Georgia Hunter for researching, writing and sharing this profound and uplifting (in the end) account?. Her very personal and empathetic writing is healing for those of us who who read it. It is to be recommended reading for Year Nine on up to and including adults. (Source: www.goodreads.com)

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Georgia Hunter Yes! David Benioff's "City of Thieves" reads like a film - you'll fly through it. Julie Orringer's "The Invisible Bridge" (based on her grandfather, a…moreYes! David Benioff's "City of Thieves" reads like a film - you'll fly through it. Julie Orringer's "The Invisible Bridge" (based on her grandfather, a young Hungarian Jew studying in Paris @ the start of the war) is long but absolutely gorgeous. Some other favorites are Markus Zusak's "The Book Thief," Anthony Doerr's "All the Light We Cannot See," and Leon Uris's "Mila 18." I also loved Jillian Cantor's "Margot" (an imagining of what might have happened to Anne Frank's sister Margaret, had she survived). What are some of your favorites?? (less)

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