Doubleday, 2005 - 300 Seiten
Based on a true story, this is a gripping, yet humorous account of a daring rescue in occupied Denmark.
April 1940: German troops are pouring onto the streets of Denmark. 12-year-old Bamse and his daring friend Anton can t resist playing practical jokes on the invading soldiers. When it becomes clear to the people of Denmark that the trouble isn t going to pass them by, they decide to take action and Bamse and his eccentric family are about to take part in one of history s most dramatic rescues smuggling Denmark s Jewish population across the water to Sweden, and safety."
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - Anager - LibraryThing
Very decent and witty childrens book with a refreshingly civil tone. Good illustrations and a beleiveable storyline but with some faults: Uncle Johann breaks character by both chasing the servantgirl ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - edenjean - LibraryThing
Based upon historical events and the experiences of the author’s family, Sandi Toksvig’s Hitler’s Canary is an effective and suspenseful telling of the German occupation of Denmark. Told from the ... Vollständige Rezension lesen