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Ghbourhood shops Then her father a mild mannered bookseller must leave the family and go into hiding No longer allowed to go to school or even sit in a café Marianne’s only comfor. We bought this little graphic novel in a recent book sale at our local library It's described as being 'a heartbreaking story of loss and love' which basically it is being the story of a young Jewish girl growing up in Germany just before the outbreak of World War II It's aimed at a younger audience so it doesn't have too many of the raw elements that other stories based on events during this time have Having said that there is enough drawn and written to show the sadness and pain of the times so that a younger person could understand what is going on and how wrong it all was It's a well drawn and written story The art has a certain bleakness which adds to what the story is all about It would be a good starter for starting a conversation about the holocaust with children

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Good bye Marianne A Story of Growing Up in Nazi GermanyT is her beloved mother Things are bad but could they get even worse Based on true events this fictional account of hatred and racism speaks volumes about both history and human natu. A good book for telling the story of an 11 year old girl's experience but it is a very sad book for children of that age as well I recommend that parents read the story with their child in order to answer any uestions that may come up

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Free download Good-bye Marianne: A Story of Growing Up in Nazi Germany 109 â A heartbreaking story of loss and loveAs autumn turns toward winter in 1938 Berlin life for Marianne Kohn a young Jewish girl begins to crumble First there was the burning of the neighbourhood shops Then her father a mild mannered booksellerA heartbreaking story of loss and loveAs autumn turns toward winter in 1938 Berlin life for Marianne Kohn a young Jewish girl begins to crumble First there was the burning of the nei. There must be two versions of this book because multiple reviews note it as a graphic novel The version I read has this cover and is a slim middle grade novel based on the author's own experiences during the Hitler era in Germany It's well written and hard to put down taking readers on a journey they are likely to find disturbing but highly credible Should be great for generating discussions what if scenarios etc