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Lisette's Angel

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 17 Ratings and 11 Reviews

Book Description
Lisette lives in Normandy, France, a beautiful little town where "apple trees grow near the sea, and cows give the sweetest milk." But now the boots of German soldiers go click-clack! down the cobblestone streets, and tanks with big guns pierce the sky. Lisette and her family are hungry, cold, and always scared. She prays for an angel to help them. And on a moonlit night full of the roar and furor... More
Book Information
PublisherDial Books For Young Readers
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
Publication Date05/13/2002
The Creators
About Amy Littlesugar (Author) : Amy Littlesugar is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Amy Littlesugar include Clown Child, Willy and Max: A Holocaust Story, Shake Rag: From the Life of Elvis Pre... more
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About Max Ginsburg (Author, Illustrator) : Max Ginsburg is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Published credits of Max Ginsburg include Lisette's Angel and Mississippi Bridge.
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3/22/2015 Julie Wells

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12/27/2009 Elizabeth Roth said: This story of brave Lisette and her brother and their special mission one night when an American needed their help is about an angel (of sorts) in the midst of the horrific reality of war. Max Ginsburg's sensitive and powerful paintings add to the drama and bring the story of courage to life.
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