Steal Away to Freedom by Jennifer Armstrong

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Steal Away to Freedom by Jennifer Armstrong

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1mandymarie20
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2mabith
Modifié : Mar 1, 2012, 9:30pm

I read this when I was in 4th or 5th grade and don't remember having any trouble with it then. If I recall, it's one of those that flips back and forth a bit from past to present day though, and I know adults who read a lot who have trouble with those types of books (just a random person-to-person difference).

It was a little intense maybe (it's been a LONG time since I read it, though I remember liking it well enough), but no more so than the American Girl Addy books which are geared toward younger kids. Then again I also read an insane amount of Holocaust fiction and non-fiction at that age so my barometer is probably way off.

Honestly it's probably one of those in-between books where it depends a lot on where the kid is at, plus the switching from past to present can be difficult. Your sister's teacher could have easily found a more well-written book though. It seems like an odd choice to me and I'm a bit surprised it's still in print.

3mandymarie20
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