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Doreen Rappaport (au); Emily Arnold McCully (il)
Adolf Hitler’s “black-boot men” are marching through Europe, rounding up millions of Jews & shipping them off to be killed in concentration camps. Jacques & his family are hiding in a small village in France, pretending to be Catholics. But they have not given up their beliefs, & Jacques is determined to celebrate Passover, the Jewish holiday commemorating the journey of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt to freedom. With faith as their guide, Jacques & his father head for the mountains, risking their lives to attend a secret seder. Drawn from the little-known stories of Resistance fighters & Jews living in hiding, This suspenseful tale is complemented by stunning watercolors that capture the emotion & joy rooted in the historically traditions of Passover.
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