Home Bette Greene Summer of My German Soldier. Second, tell my questioner that the Library of Congress has classified Summer of My German Soldier as a work of fiction; and third, glance around for the nearest exit.
Home Bette Greene Summer of My German Soldier. Summer of My German Soldier, . Throughout my career, I have felt the need to protect my parents from being seen as the abusive people that I portrayed them to be in the pages of Summer of My German Soldier. The surprising thing, though, was that most of my family did not seem particularly upset by the constant physical, verbal, and emotional abuse that I withstood.
Greene, Bette, 1934-. New York : Laurel-Leaf Books
Greene, Bette, 1934-. New York : Laurel-Leaf Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana; bannedbooks. Sheltering an escaped German prisoner of war is the beginning of some shattering experiences for a 12-year-old Jewish girl in Arkansas.
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Nazi SaboteursI WAITED TILL I heard my father’s car accelerate out of the driveway before getting out of bed. Well, if it ain’t the Sleeping Beauty! said Ruth. Morning to you, Miss Beauty. a smile and then yawned again as I dropped into my chair at the table.
Summer of My German Soldier is a book by Bette Greene first published in 1973
Summer of My German Soldier is a book by Bette Greene first published in 1973. The story is told in first person narrative by a twelve-year-old Jewish girl named Patty Bergen living in Jenkinsville, Arkansas during World War II. The story focuses on the friendship between Patty and an escaped German POW named Anton. Patty first meets Anton when a group of German POWs visits her father's store. Anton teaches Patty that she is a person of value
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Items related to Summer Of My German Soldier. The summer that Patty Bergen turns twelve is a summer that will haunt her forever. Greene, Bette Summer Of My German Soldier. ISBN 13: 9780440218920. Summer Of My German Soldier. When her small hometown in Arkansas becomes the site of a camp housing German prisoners during World War II, Patty learns what it means to open her heart.
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Book in the Summer of My German Soldier Series). When Anton leaves, Patty is torn between staying with her uncaring family and starting a new life with Anton. Anton convinces Patty to stay with her family. Patty deals with several family problems throughout the story, and does not feel accepted. Great plot, it really pulled me in! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago.
The sequel to Bette Greene's National Book Award finalist Summer of My German Soldier. Patty is now eighteen, and a high school graduate-but she cannot face her future until she comes to terms with her past. The Drowning of Stephan Jones.