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Doreen’s mother is torn. In World War 2 London, the blitz has begun. Almost all of Doreen’s classmates have already been sent to safety in the country, but Mrs. Rawlings doesn’t believe in separating children from their parents, even in … Continue reading

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Snow on the Tulips by Liz Tolsma

Once I started reading “Snow on the Tulips”, I had to do some research on the Dutch resistance during World War 2. I knew about *some* of the Resistance fighters in Europe and the activities they engaged in in wartime, … Continue reading

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