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Stones in water
Donna Jo Napoli
Teen Fiction NAPOLI

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Michelle said:
During the days of World War 2, there were the Allied powers: Great Britain, USA, and then later on, Russia; and the Axis Powers: Germany, Italy and Japan. But Germany had its own plans, and that didn't involve its fellow Axis powers; it's main goal was to take the world for its own. This book is about a young teenager, barely 14, who is plucked from his home in Venice, Italy, believing that he was a fellow Facist, raised in a family of Facists to go to a work camp and treated like a prisoner. This book tells of his strives, stories of death and mourning and survival. This is very extraordinary; just think throughout the book that he is just 13 years old, yet you'd be surprised if you find yourself thinking him 16 or 17!
posted Apr 9, 2004
hgerlicher said:
this is my favorite book and i have read it 10 times and i still never get sick of it. it is a great book about survival in the horrible war between two powerful countries and forces!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
posted Nov 17, 2007 at 4:42PM
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one of my favorites you should read it right now!
posted Oct 30, 2009 at 3:19PM
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great great book
posted Oct 31, 2009 at 9:13AM
Avatar for Cooper Cooper said:
a great book about the nazis
posted Oct 31, 2009 at 8:01PM
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