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The war I finally won / Kimberly Brubaker Bradley.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Jefferson County Library-Windsor AUDIO JF BRADLEY (Text) 30000024414876 Juvenile Audio Available -
Lebanon-Laclede County Library J AudCD Bradley (Text) 3803555566 Media Middle Reader Audiobooks Available -
Scenic Regional-Union JCDSP FIC BRA (Text) 3005755908 Juvenile Compact Disc-Spoken Checked out 06/23/2018
Trails Regional-Warrensburg CD JFIC Bra (Text) 220466748+ CDs Available -
Washington Public Library J CDSP BRA (Text) 3151012337 WPL Juvenile-CD Spoken Checked out 06/30/2018

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General Note: Compact discs.
Participant or Performer Note: Read by Jayne Entwistle.
Summary, etc.: When Ada's clubfoot is surgically fixed at last, she knows for certain that she's not what her mother said she was--damaged, deranged, crippled mentally as well as physically. She's not a daughter anymore, either. What is she? World War II continues, and Ada and her brother, Jamie, are living with their loving legal guardian, Susan, in a borrowed cottage on the estate of the formidable Lady Thorton--along with Lady Thorton herself and her daughter, Maggie. Life in the crowded cottage is tense enough, and then, quite suddenly, Ruth, a Jewish girl from Germany, moves in. A German? The occupants of the house are horrified. But other impacts of the war become far more frightening. As death creeps closer to their door, life and morality during wartime grow more complex. Who is Ada now? How can she keep fighting? And who will she struggle to save?
Target Audience Note: 009-012.
7-8.
Subject: World War, 1939-1945 > Juvenile fiction.
World War, 1939-1945 > Children > Juvenile fiction.
Brothers and sisters > Juvenile fiction.
Genre: Historical fiction.
Novels.

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