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Searching for Lottie

By: Susan L. Ross

Holocaust

Charlie’s namesake, Charlotte, hasn’t been heard of since the war. Charlie’s
determined to solve the mystery of what happened to her great-aunt Lottie, but is she
ready to discover the truth?

Ages: 10+

170 pages

Holiday House

Average Rating: (2 Ratings)

Don't bother
Submitted 8/19/2019 by jdavita

Bad book. 1/5 stars.

A must-read book!
Submitted 8/1/2019 by NationalDesignTeam

Searching for Lottie was amazing; I couldn’t stop reading it! This book is about a girl named Charlie who writes a report about her Great Aunt Lottie. Lottie goes to a music school during World War II and her family loses contact with her right before they escape to New York. They think she died, but did she? You should definitely read this book to find out.

- Elana, National Design Team

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Susan L. Ross
Author of Searching for Lottie


Although Searching for Lottie is fiction, author Susan L. Ross’s middle name is Lotte, after her own lost relative. Searching for Lottie was inspired by stories from members of Susan’s family, whose lives were forever changed by the Holocaust.

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