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Becoming Alice: A Memoir

Average rating
4.2 out of 5
Based on 75 Ratings and 37 Reviews

Book Description
Strongly recommended a deftly written memoir that will hold the reader's rapt attention from beginning to end.-Midwest Book Review"Her ability to authentically capture the bewilderment and pain of dislocation through a child's eyes ? including the disharmony in her immediate family ? makes for engaging reading that will resonate with young adults everywhere."-Beth B. Cohen, Ph.D., author of Case C... More
Book Information
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages284
Publication Date09/01/2008
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About Alice Rene (Author) : Alice Rene is the author of an award-winning memoir, Becoming Alice. More information can be seen on her website and blog:http://www.alicerene.com and http://alicerene.wordpress.com
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11/3/2009 Alice Rene said: This book will appeal to all teenagers who have ever felt alone, rejected and isolated from their peers. It documents what one girl did to turn things around for herself.
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10/12/2009 Angela Simmons said:
In “Becoming Alice, A Memoir”, we are introduced to the Fell family through the eyes of their daughter Ilse, who was only six years old when the Nazi soldier’s changed her life forever. As she watched them marching down the street she could never have imagined the destruction and devastation t... more

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