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Ashes by Kathryn Lasky

Summary:  In 1932 Berlin, thirteen-year-old Gaby Schramm witnesses the beginning of Hitler’s rise to power, as soldiers become ubiquitous, her beloved literature teacher starts wearing a jewelled swastika pin, and the family’s dear friend, Albert Einstein, leaves the country while Gaby’s parents secretly bury his books and papers in their small yard. 318 p., Viking.

Find it at WCPL

2 Responses

  1. not a good book, there is some content not meant for readers about under the age of 11.older kids know what i mean. the story line was very hard to follow.not a contender.

  2. This was not one of the greatest book that i’ve read before. I liked the setting, but the rest was not very good. There was not very much character developement. Everything seemed to be changing except for the character. I didn’t understand the plot. Maybe someone older would have liked it better. i think it is for older middle school and high school girls.

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