By Myron Levoy
Reviews and Awards
“A poignant double portrait of a boy and woman whose lives are replaced through the negative occasions of the Holocaust. sincere, compassionate writing.” — the hot York Times
American Library organization: better of the simplest for Children
New York occasions: top Books for Children
Young grownup Library providers organization: better of the easiest List
National Awards for Children’s Books: Holland, Austria, and Germany
A nationwide booklet Award Finalist
About the Author
Myron Levoy’s younger grownup novels often depict outsiders—often with humor—searching for identification and connections, with turning out to be perception into their real selves. Works comprise “Alan and Naomi,” “A Shadow Like a Leopard,” “Three Friends,” “Pictures of Adam,” and “Kelly 'n’ Me.”
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