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In the Delaware Library Catalog
Hannah Gould by
In 1942 war-torn Poland, a Jewish family is murdered by the Nazis and Ukrainians, but fifteen-year-old Hannah Gould miraculously escapes. Alone and desperate, Hannah ultimately makes her way to a group of Jewish and Russian partisans between Poland and Russia. She is transformed from an innocent, sheltered Jewish girl from Warsaw to a cold killer in the forests of Belorussia.
Drums of Courage by
Thirteen year old Cory Cromwell from a small town 20 miles north of Philadelphia is angry about his deceased father, and frustrated by a school bully. He convinces his distraught, widowed mother to approve his joining the Union Army as a drummer boy. Cory discovers his nemesis, the bully, follows Cory into army life and continues to torment him. Cory soon learns that a far more serious foe is stalking him.