Pastel Orphans by Gemma Liviero

Pastel Orphans by Gemma Liviero

Bullet Teaser:

  • Historical Fiction
  • World War 2 – The Rise of Hitler – Holocaust
  • Family half Jewish and half Aryan
  • A child growing up during WWII’s perspective
  • Separated families
  • Coming of age story
  • Deception, Kidnapping, Brainwashing
  • Resistance forces
  • Self-Sacrifice
  • The bond between family and love
  • Tragic
  • Finding one’s own strength and willpower to endure the impossible
  • Amazing character development
  • Heartbreaking – Will probably make you cry multiple times

Book Description:

In 1930s Berlin, young Henrik, the son of a Jewish father and Aryan mother, watches the world around him crumbling: people are rioting in the streets, a strange yellow star begins appearing in shop windows, and friends are forced to move—or they simply disappear.

After his father becomes gravely ill, Henrik and his little sister, Greta, are taken by their mother to Poland for safety. However, not even the pastoral surroundings of their new home can protect them from the terrors of war. When the Nazis invade and Greta is kidnapped, Henrik must shed his youthful innocence and search for his lost sister, a quest that will further reveal a harrowing landscape of violence and struggle―but also unexpected connections.

Uniquely told from the perspective of youth plunged into adult chaos, Pastel Orphans is a coming-of-age story that explores profound lessons in self-belief, kindness, and human endurance.

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