Felix and Zelda #2: Then Award-winning by Morris Gleitzman (author)

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“I had a plan for me and Zelda. Pretend to be someone else. Find new parents. Be safe forever. Then the Nazis came.”

Felix and Zelda have escaped from immediate danger, leaping from the cattle train transporting them to the death camps. But their trials are far from over. The Nazis are everywhere, genocide is in full swing, and there is nowhere safe for them to hide. Then the children find someone who will give them shelter, disguising them as her own offspring. But as the bond between the children and their rescuer grows, they will learn that, in a time of atrocity, love is not enough to conquer all… The second book in Morris Gleitzman’s heartbreaking trilogy set in Poland during the Holocaust.

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Felix and Zelda (book 2)







Date published

January 1st, 2009

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 3.8; Middle years plus; 5.0 points

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  • 192 pages



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  1. Cyrilthecat
    on 24 March 2018

    Very touching book and would highly recommend!

    5out of 5
  2. Purple-Royalty
    on 18 June 2014

    After reading them and having positive comments I have been wanting to read the remains of the trioldgy however I wasn’t grabbed as before yet I still feel its a good book

  3. CookieM
    on 9 March 2013

    This is such a sad but wonderful book, i could imagine being there but am so glad i wasn’t

    5out of 5
  4. lotus-flower
    on 10 November 2012

    A truly heartbreaking book that reminds you of how cruel it was to be stuck in the holocaust and WW2. Felix has lost so much hope but it doesn’t die.

    5out of 5
  5. bookworm662
    on 23 February 2012

    this book is a heart breaking story but i couldnt put it down when i finished it i cried for 2 hours straight ): five stars *

    5out of 5
  6. flossy1998
    on 19 February 2012

    I loved ‘Then’ this book is SOO gripping and mind blowing. Every turn on the page was sooo tense. I recommend this book for everyone as well as it gives you more knowledge about the Holocaust. This book is sad but one YOU should not miss out on.

    5out of 5