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Saving Zasha

by Randi Barrow (author)

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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Product description

The Second World War has just ended for Russia when Mikhail finds a dying man and his German shepherd, Zasha, in the woods. It’s dangerous – some say traitorous – to own a German dog after the war, so Mikhail must keep Zasha a secret to keep her alive. But how long can he get away with it? Mikhail’s inspiring journey to save his best friend forces him to face some of life’s hardest lessons about war, hate, forgiveness and hope.

Product Details

ISBN

9781407124780

Date published

July 7th, 2011

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.4; Middle years; 6.0 points

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  • 208 pages
Condition

New

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What kids think

  1. swatlande
    on 1 December 2013

    I highly recommend it it is one of the most exciting book I have read

    5out of 5
  2. iTech
    on 24 October 2013

    Saving Zasha has to be one of the most heart-warming books I have ever read. If only everyone had the book!

    5out of 5
  3. CookieM
    on 8 March 2013

    a very sad but inspiring story. I really enjoyed it though it was hard to get into it at first

    4out of 5
  4. pawprint2
    on 4 March 2013

    Best book I’ve read in ages!!! @ first I thought it was Michael morpurgo oops