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Last Stork Summer, The

Last Stork Summer, The

It takes more than historical facts to help readers connect to a part of history that is so diabolical and devastating.

Last Stork Summer, The

It takes more than historical facts to help readers connect to a part of history that is so diabolical and devastating.

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May 29, 2015
978-1-78279-934-4

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Mary Brigid Surber
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Historical, Holocaust

Synopsis

The Last Stork Summer is an account of Hitler's "Germanization Program" and how one Polish child, Eva, survives the designation of “racially worthless". It gives readers an opportunity to look beyond the obvious terror and intimidation of a Nazi labor camp.
Eva uses everything Hitler is trying to destroy – her memories; appreciation of God’s creation; Poland’s culture; her love of storks; and a protective friendship – to survive being a Polish, Catholic child at that moment in time.

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