Soldat Clandestin (Paperback)

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Soldat Clandestin By Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch Cover Image


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Luka, 14 ans et Lida du roman Faire des bombes pour Hitler cherchent d sesp r ment chapper aux conditions inhumaines des camps de travail d'Europe de l'Est sous occupation nazie. C'est dans un camion, sous une pile de cadavres, que Luka r ussit fuir et rejoindre les rangs de la r sistance ukrainienne. Coinc e entre les nazis et les Russes, la r sistance orchestre des attaques, aide les prisonniers et m ne la vie dure ses adversaires.

Apr's la guerre, Luka accompagnera-t-il Lida au Canada ou demeurera-t-il en Europe pour retrouver sa m re?

Fourteen-year-old Luka works as an Ostarbeiter in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe, alongside Lida from Making Bombs for Hitler (Faire des bombes pour Hitler). Desperate to escape the brutal conditions of the labour camp, he manages to get away by hiding in a truck under a pile of dead bodies.

Once free, Luka joins a group of Ukrainian resistance fighters. Caught between advancing Nazis in the west and Soviet troops in the east, they mount guerilla raids, help POW escapees, and do all they can to make life hard for the Nazis and Soviets. After the war, Luka must decide whether to follow Lida to Canada -- or stay in Europe and search for his long-lost mother.

Original title: Underground Soldier

About the Author

Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch a remport? plusieurs prix et nominations pour ses livres. Aux ?ditions Scholastic, elle a publi? Prisonniers de la grande for?t dans la collection Cher Journal, Enfant vol?e et Faire des bombes pour Hitler. Marsha habite ? Brampton, en Ontario. Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch is well-known for her award-winning historical fiction and non-fiction. Her novel Stolen Child (Enfant vol?e) was a CLA Book of the Year nominee and won the prestigious SCBWI Crystal Kite Award. The companion book, Making Bombs for Hitler (Faire des bombes pour Hitler), was an OLA Silver Birch Award Winner. Marsha lives in Brantford, Ontario.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781443151856
ISBN-10: 1443151858
Publisher: Scholastic
Publication Date: October 1st, 2016
Pages: 208
Language: French