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Lisa's War

Carol Matas, Author Scribner Book Company $15 (111p) ISBN 978-0-684-19010-5
Matas offers a powerful account of a young Jewish girl who fights back after the Germans invade Denmark in 1940. Lisa, 12, and her brother Stefan join the Danish resistance when the Germans invade Copenhagen. Stefan is deeply involved in the movement, undertaking missions to sabotage German-run factories, while Lisa and her friend Susanne distribute pamphlets published by the resistance. When Susanne's parents are killed by the Germans, Lisa, too, becomes as involved as Stefan. Over the three-year period that this book documents, thousands of Danish Jews must flee their country to save themselves; Lisa and Stefan risk their own lives helping hundreds of Jews escape safely to Sweden. Lisa describes her experiences in the first - person present tense, creating a potent immediacy. Through the riveting narration, the rising tension in the country is effectively conveyed. An unsettling, important novel. Ages 12-up. (Mar.)
Reviewed on: 02/27/1989
Release date: 03/01/1989
Mass Market Paperbound - 111 pages - 978-0-590-43517-8
Paperback - 128 pages - 978-1-4169-6163-5
Carol Matas
BornNovember 14, 1949
OccupationAuthor
GenreChildren's literature

Carol Matas is a prominent Canadian writer, internationally recognized (born November 14, 1949) who lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.with studies in Linguistics and Drama. She has a vast university experience in the teaching of creative writing that Has distinguished herself in this genre. She has been awarded multiple prizes for her works of children's and youth literature.

Bibliography[edit]

  • After the War takes place after World War II and the extermination of the Jews
  • Cloning Miranda
  • The Dark Clone
  • The Freak
  • The Garden
  • " Jesper"
  • Kris's War (formerly Code Name Kris)
  • Lisa's War (Kris' War and Lisa's War have the same characters appearing in each with intersecting stories.)
  • Of Two Minds
  • Past Crimes – (2007) Key Porter Books, pp. 188 ISBN 978-1552638415
  • The Second Clone
  • Sparks Fly Upward
  • Turned Away
  • Visions
  • The War Within, a story of the American Civil War and how Jews in the North and South reacted to it.
  • Daniel's Story, a story of World War II and the Jews involved in it.
  • Pieces of the Past
  • The Primrose Path
  • Carol Matas, mi polla con patatas

External links[edit]

http://carol.carolmatas.com/about-carol-matas.htm

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