By Anna Block
Published by Gihon River Press
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Published: July 13, 2011
Words: 38,939 (approximate)
Ursula’s Prism is based on the true story of Ursula Swartz and five other children who escaped from Bergen-Belsen and crossed war-torn Germany on foot to freedom. Ursula shares the secrets of the prism with the other children and the power of there imagination gives them the strength to survive.
Running, hiding and stealing, day after day was all the children knew since escaping from the concentration camp known as Bergen-Belsen. They found that life ouside the camp was just as brutal as inside. Six year-old Ursula, her older brother and four other children were smuggled out of the camp by a brave soldier in the bottom of his truck. Handing them a few provisions, the soldier dropped off the children in the forest, leaving them to fend for themselves.
Ursula’s Prism is a story of heroism, courage and honor as this group of six children fight to survive in a war-torn Germany, showing the resiliency and strength of the human spirit when
faced with seemingly impossible circumstances.
, holocaust children
, holocaust survivors
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