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The Endless Steppe: Growing Up in Siberia Paperback – May 12, 1995
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Ten-year-old Esther Rudomin movingly describes "the end of my lovely world" when her family is arrested in 1941 and taken from their home and exiled to Siberia. Ages 10-up.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"Radiates optimism "and the resilience of human spirit. A magnificent book."--" The Washington Post"Rare, affecting . . . the book will take its place with Anne Frank's "Diary Of A Young Girl"--" The Horn Book
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Only thing lacking? I wanted to know more at the end of the tale. Her family reunited (minus some members) I'd have loved to have an epilogue about their 'after exile' settlement back in Poland/Lithuania.
Still, I highly recommend The Endless Steppe.