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Gleitzman, Morris, author

The Second World War has officially ended, but the streets are still a battleground - for food, for shelter, for protection. Felix is in hiding to stay safe, but finds he has been left holding the baby - literally. An orphaned infant has been left in his care and he will do everything he can to protect the child, in the way a few incredible people did for him during the Holocaust

Paperback, Book. English. General. Fiction 9+. Children's stories.
Published London: Puffin, 2015
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Available at Dunbar, Muss Grammar and Ross High.

  • Dunbar – One available in Children's Fiction

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    1137643 Children's Fiction Children's Fiction Available
  • Muss Grammar – One available in Fiction /GLE

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    1068516 Fiction /GLE Accelerated Reader Available
    1071564 Fiction /GLE School Junior Fiction Overdue (was due back 26th February)
  • Ross High – One available in Fiction GLE

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    1059468 Fiction GLE School Junior Fiction Available
  • NB High School – Earliest copy due back 18th August

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    1033006 Fiction School Junior Fiction Due back 18th August


Statement of responsibility: Morris Gleitzman
ISBN: 0141362790, 9780141362793
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Physical Description: 250 pages ; 20 cm
Subject: Felix (Fictitious character : Gleitzman) Juvenile fiction.; AR4; AR4.0; World War, 1939-1945 Jews Juvenile fiction.; Accelerated Reader; Zelda (Fictitious character : Gleitzman) Juvenile fiction.