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Summer of My German Soldier (Summer of My German Soldier, #1) Minutes Before The Train Pulled Into The Station In Jenkinsville, Arkansas, Patty Bergen Knew Something Exciting Was Going To Happen But She Never Could Have Imagined That Her Summer Would Be So Memorable German Prisoners Of War Have Arrived To Make Their New Home In The Prison Camp In Jenkinsville To The Rest Of Her Town, These Prisoners Are Only Nazis But To Patty, A Young Jewish Girl With A Turbulent Home Life, One Boy In Particular Becomes An Unlikely Friend Anton Relates To Patty In Ways That Her Mother And Father Never Can But When Their Forbidden Relationship Is Discovered, Will Patty Risk Her Family And Town For The Understanding And Love Of One Boy

Bette Greene s award winning classic novels will be celebrating 40 years in print As an award winning author, screenwriter and news reporter, Bette Greene is read worldwide in over 16 languages Bette continues her legacy of writing and speaking for the victimized Within the heartbeat of her storytelling and the realism of her prose lies Bette s demand that her readers feel what she feels and see Bette Greene s award winning classic novels will be celebrating 40 years in print As an award winning author, screenwriter and news reporter, Bette Greene is read worldwide in over 16 languages Bette continues her legacy of writing and speaking for the victimized Within the heartbeat of her storytelling and the realism of her prose lies Bette s demand that her readers feel what she feels and sees what she sees, taking us beyond our differences.As the 20th century s youngest professional news reporter, Bette published her first news story at age eight Bette Greene s first book, Summer of My German Soldier , won the first Golden Kite award This same novel outsold Prince Charles book in his own country Bette Greene holds the honor of being the only author included in Writers of Holocaust Literature , without having been a victim of the Holocaust.As a 21st century master author, Bette Greene uses the social media platforms to reach out and touch her readers, Generation X, Y and Z According to critics, Bette Greene has given a voice to the voiceless, changing the course of young adults literature in America.For nearly 40 years, Bette Greene s books have been banned, censored and challenged The theme of Bette Greene s award winning library is always the same Bullying

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 203 pages
  • Summer of My German Soldier (Summer of My German Soldier, #1)
  • Bette Greene
  • English
  • 22 February 2017
  • 0440900565

10 thoughts on “Summer of My German Soldier (Summer of My German Soldier, #1)

  1. says:

    Even if you forget everything else I want you to always remember that you are a person of value, and you have a friend who loved you enough to give you his most valued possessionFact 1 This story ripped out my heart Fact 2 I can t believe it s taken me this long to find this book Fact 3 I need a drink Fact 4 This was based on the author s true story Hence my need for a drink Wow Where do I begin Summer of My German Soldier has really taken me by surprise In every way possible TEven if you forget everything else I want you to always remember that you are a person of value, and you have a friend who loved you enough to give you his most valued possessionFact 1 This story ripped out my heart Fact 2 ...

  2. says:

    I wonder if I can ever do this story justice It s about a young Jewish girl during WWII who befriends a German POW held in a camp near her small Arkansas town That s the plot, but really it s about so muchabout learning to like and love yourself even when significant others don t about salvific power of love and kindness about true agape love Some might be tempted to reduce Summer to a modern day Romeo and Juliette story minus the romance, violence and suicides It is about doomed lo I wonder if I can ever do this story justice It s about a young Jewish girl during WWII who befriends a German POW held in a camp near her small Arkansas town That s the plot, but really it s about so muchabout learning to like and love yourself even when significant others don t about salvific power of love and kindness about true agape love Some might be tempted to reduce Summer to a modern day Romeo and Juliette story minus the romance, violence and suicides It is about doomed love across cultural, religious and national barriers unfathomable for the timeperiod But it really isn t about eros love It isn t that kind of love story which is probably why I like it I have many favorite quotes fro...

  3. says:

    This book is still a beautiful ache in my heart long after I finished it I don t know why it never came up in lists of recommended modern classics It is not a feel good romance, but a beautiful story of courage, friendship and love, and of a young girl learning to filter out the unkindness and prejudice directed towards her to discover the truth and goodness of love.Adolescents who are used to a diet of feel good will need to be prepared for some heart stretching, but in the long run, and wit This book is still a beautiful ache in my heart long after I finished it I don t know why it never came up in lists of recommended modern classics It is not a feel good romance, but a beautiful story of courage, friendship and love, and of a young girl learning to filter out the unk...

  4. says:

    OK, I lied THIS is the worst book I ve ever been FORCED to read Note to teachers, if you make your students read this, THEN YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM Have you ever wondered why kids don t like reading It s because of books like these And, if you continue to say that this book ties in with whatever WWII lesson your teaching, then I truly feel sorry Not for the teachers, but for the students Plain and simple, this book sucks To the teachers who make their kids read this, I advise you to OK, I lied THIS is the worst book I ve ever been FORCED to read Note to teachers, if you make your students read this, THEN YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM Have...

  5. says:

    We never read Summer of My German Soldier in class honestly, what did we read , nor have I seen the movie, so this Open Road edition from Netgalley was brand new to me I hadn t realized the main character and narrator of the story, Patty, was so young 12 my first assumption was that she was old enough for this to be acommon sort of love story.It s not what I was anticipating, but despite her youth, it is a love story, of a sor...

  6. says:

    Another book I was forced to read for school and consequently now despise to the depths of my soul But really, it s crap on its own A twelve year old girl, complete with an abusive father and lacking the three c s of an interesting protagonist Confidence, Common sense, and Character , gets the brilliant idea of hiding an escaped German POW in her garage And for an added dramatic twist, SHE S JEWISH How s THAT for exciting conflict Yeah, not so much Simply put, this book made me want to vo Another book I was forced to read for school and consequently now despise to the depths of my soul But really, it s crap on its own A twelve year old gi...

  7. says:

    PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD IF U HAVE ANY SENSE IN YOU DONT READ THIS BOOKnow that thats over I tell you the truththe screaming is what you are going to be doing on every single page of this bookthere are so many things I would rather do than this, like get punched by everyone...

  8. says:

    This was one of the best books that I read It had a lot of things going on in it Patty is the main character in this story She has a normal life, however, it becomes muchinteresting as it goes The setting of this story takes place during WWII It s about the POW s Prisoner s of War and how one of them escaped His name was Frederick Anton Riecker Patty see s him at the local drug store that her family owns He buys some items from her but there was something that felt special to Pa This was one of the best books that I read It had a lot of things going on in it Patty is the main character in this story She has a normal life, however, it becomes muchinteresting as it goes The setting of this story takes place during WWII It s about the POW s Prisoner s of War and how one of them escaped His name was Frederick Anton Riecker Patty see s him at the local drug store that her family owns He buys some items from her but there was something that felt special to Patty He was really nice to her and he car...

  9. says:

    Reviewed for THC Reviews Summer of My German Soldier is a poignant coming of age story about a young Jewish girl from a small town in Arkansas who helps an escaped German POW, an act which changes her life forever This short young adult novel is packed with philosophical lessons on human nature that make it very difficult for me to describe, but suffice it to say that it is an amazing little book I almost wish it had been longer, to give metime to ponder its depths, but at the same time, Reviewed for THC Reviews Summer of My German Soldier is a poignant coming of age story about a young Jewish girl from a small town in Arkansas who helps an escaped German POW, an act which changes her life forever This short young adult novel is packed with philosophical lessons on human nature that make it very difficult for me to describe, but suffice it to say that it is an amazing little book I almost wish it had been longer, to give metime to ponder its depths, but at the same time, it was nearly perfect at its current length The ending, while not happy, did contain a grain of hope for Patty s future, and I couldn t help but think that it was ripe for a sequel Imagine my delight, when I discovered that there is indeed one, Morning Is a Long Time Coming, which...

  10. says:

    From the book jacket From the minutes before the train pulled in to the station, Patty Bergen knew something exciting was going to happen German prisoners of war have arrived to make the prison camp in Jenkinsville, Arkansas, their new home To the rest of her town, these prisoners are Nazis But to Patty, a young Jewish girl with a turbulent home life, one boy in particular becomes a friend Anton relates to Patty in ways that her family never can My reactionsI didn t include all the informa From the book jacket From the minutes before the train pulled in to the station, Patty Bergen knew something exciting was going to happen German prisoners of war have...

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