Felix and Zelda #4: After

Felix has lost his parents, and lost Zelda. Now he is finally losing hope. Following his horrific struggle to survive as a Jewish child in Nazi Germany, Felix faces his greatest trial yet – to keep his spirit strong in spite of the evil he has seen. As Europe suffers through the final agonising stages of the war, this damaged boy fights to reconcile hatred with healing. He is helped by a new friend – but what if he loses her as well? Morris Gleitzman returns to the war and its aftermath to pick up Felix’s story as the terrible conflict finally ends and he faces the future beyond.

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    Morris Gleitzman

    One of Australia’s, and now the world’s, best-known and loved children’s authors, Morris Gleitzman tackles tough subjects in a funny and offbeat way. He has never set out to write “issues books” and says that his writing is as much for himself as for his readers.


    Morris has won many awards in Australia, including the YABBA award for Bumface and Toad Rage, and won the 2013 Redbridge Book Award for After.

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