Let the Celebrations Begin!
An inspiring book that makes the difficult topic of World War II accessible to young readers.My name is Miriam, and this is where I live. Hut 18, bed 22. The younger children think they have always lived in the hut, but Miriam knows better. She remembers her parents and her home, with her very own toys. In this place there are no toys. So Miriam and the women come up with a special plan, to celebrate the day when the soldiers open the gates to freedom.
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LET THE CELEBRATIONS BEGIN!User Review - Kirkus
There still exist toys that were made at the concentration camp at Belsen. Here, Miriam, 12, tells of secretly helping the women make these stuffed figures—an owl, a patchwork elephant- -for a party ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Sullywriter - LibraryThing
Dreadful, especially the illustrations. Read full review