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Relates how 100 young schoolgirls, many of them orphans, and their teachers managed to escape the chaos of the Allied invasion of Normandy on June 6, l944, by taking shelter in an iron mine for thirty-eight days and, after being forced out by the Germans, walking for twenty-nine days to reach safety behind Allied lines.
|LC Classifications||D810.C4 A445 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2002027816|
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Product details Age Range: 8 - 12 years Grade Level: 3 - 7 Paperback: 48 pages Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (July 2, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 10 x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View 5/5(13).
True story about an orphanage in France that had to be evacuated when the invasion of Normandy began in The story is told in illustrations made by the girls from the orphanage about their experience.
It took them over a month to find a safe place after taking refuge in a mine for over a month and walking a month/5. The Orphans of Normandy A True Story of World War II Told Through Drawings by Children.
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Buy this book In this debut, Amis assembles the drawings and recollections of girls forced to abandon their orphanage in Normandy and travel about miles on foot during the Allied invasion in. The Orphans of Normandy: A True Story of World War II Told The orphans of Normandy book Drawings by Children by Nancy Amis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Relates how young schoolgirls, many of them orphans, and their teachers managed to escape the chaos of the Allied invasion of Normandy on June 6, l, by taking shelter in an iron mine for thirty-eight days and, after being forced out by the Germans, walking for twenty-nine days to reach safety behind Allied s how young schoolgirls, many of them orphans, and their teachers.
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Open Library. The Orphans of Normandy, a true story of World War II told through drawings by children by Nancy Amis Allons, enfants, vite, vite. La Maison du Clos in St Andre sur Orne in France was both a home and school to orphaned girls aged 3 to Author: Alex Baugh.
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When the Allies invaded Normandy on June 6,one hundred orphaned girls were forced to flee their orphanage in Caen, France, the only home many of them had ever known.
This book is written with firsthand accounts of simple statements and drawings from several orphan girls who had to quickly leave their loving orphanage/school in Normandy during World War II. Together, with their school mistress, they traveled on foot approximately miles while watching aerial attacks and many other horrific scenes.5/5.
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This is a book of drawings made by orphaned girls of Normandy. Each drawing includes a short story about the picture. The book tells the story of one hundred orphaned girls who had to escape from the invasion of Normandy. It talks about how they survived and traveled through their escape to safety%(5).
Nancy Amis is the author of The Orphans of Normandy ( avg rating, 38 ratings, 8 reviews, published ) Nancy Amis is the author of The Orphans of Normandy ( avg rating, 38 ratings, 8 reviews, /5.
The Orphans of Normandy: a true story of World War II told through drawings by children. When the Allies invaded Normandy on June 6th,orphaned girls were forced to flee their orphanage in Caen and begin a mile trek to Beaufort-en-Vallee.
Told through their own coloured-pencil drawings and words, this moving book details their experiences on their journey to safety. Summary: When the Allies invaded Normandy on June 6th,orphaned girls were forced to flee their orphanage in Caen and begin a mile trek to Beaufort-en-Vallee.
Told through their own coloured-pencil drawings and words, this moving book details their experiences on their journey to safety. The orphans of Normandy, or, Florentin and Lucie / (Hartford: D.F.
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The Orphans of Normandy: A True Story of Allons, enfants, vite, vite!When the Allies invaded Normandy on June 6,one hundred orphaned girls were forced to flee their orphanage in Caen, France, the only home many of them had ever : Cory Travis.Orphans in Normandy by Nancy Amis In the heart of war an incredible adventure, lived and illustrated by children circumflex editions - very good state - Fast, neat and Seller Rating: % positive.