|aMy family for the war|cby Anne C. Voorhoeve ; translated by Tammi Reichel.
|aNew York|bDial Books,|c2012.
|a402 p. ;|c22 cm.
|aBefore the start of World War II, ten-year-old Ziska Mangold, who has Jewish ancestors but has been raised as a Protestant, is taken out of Nazi Germany on one of the Kindertransport trains, to live in London with a Jewish family, where she learns about Judaism and endures the hardships of war while attempting to keep in touch with her parents, who are trying to survive in Holland.
|aWorld War, 1939-1945|zEngland|vJuvenile fiction.