A Way Through the Sea
Robert Elmer
Grades: 5 to 8
For eleven-year-old Peter Andersen and his twin sister Elise, living in the city of Helsingor, Denmark during World War II means German soldiers in the streets, German patrol boats in the harbor, and German fighter planes in the sky. Everyone is nervous, especially their Jewish friend Henrik and his parents.

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Score: 5/5
D. McNett, Palmdale, CA   (1/1/2012)
Pros: What an excellent resource to introduce young people to life in Denmark during World War II. This story takes the reader into German occupied Denmark and introduces him to brave men, women and children: Jew and gentile alike. It is a story of faith and a story of history. It is a story of love and a story of sacrifice; a story of family and a story of friends. It is a story that ties people together with their faith in God, who alone can save them. After reading the first book in the series our family is excited about starting the next book in the series.
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