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The Sound of Freedom

By: Kathy Kacer

Historical Fiction

“What is a home?” Baba asked. “Isn’t it just a place where you feel safe?”

It’s 1936 Poland, and Anna’s family needs to find a new home fast. Joining the new orchestra in the Land of Israel is the opportunity of a lifetime. Anna and Baba will do whatever it takes to get Papa to audition!

Ages: 10+

278 pages

Annick Press

Average Rating: (4 Ratings)

Musically
Submitted 6/9/2019 by j2740325

This book was just OK

This book taught me more about Israel.

other than that the book was a little dull. Only read it if you are really bored!

Interesting
Submitted 6/4/2019 by lbaj

I would read more books by this author.

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

Awesome 👍
Submitted 6/3/2019 by Jellybeenz

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

Beautiful book!
Submitted 6/1/2019 by NationalDesignTeam

This book was a pleasure to read. All the characters are so vibrant, and I loved the surprising ending. I liked how it really showed how cruel the Holocaust was, and it made me feel a lot closer to my roots in Poland.

- Ariel, National Design Team

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Kathy Kacer
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Kathy Kacer was born in Toronto, Canada, and has lived there her whole life. She was a psychologist who worked with teenagers until she started writing books full-time. Kathy writes books about real people living through the Holocaust, and her first book, The Secret of Gabi’s Dresser, is based on a story from her mother’s life. Her books have been published in Germany, China, Slovenia, Thailand, England, Japan, and Belgium.

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