No One Must Know

No One Must Know

Book - 2004
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Chosen for inclusion in the reading list for the 2006 Manitoba Young Readers' Choice Award


It is 1957 and Alexandra's immigrant family is living the North American dream. Her father is a respected doctor, and she has a warm circle of good friends from church, from girl guides, and from school. Perhaps her mother is nervous and a bit odd -- she seems incapable of leaving the house alone -- and there is never any talk of the life they left behind in Hungary, but every family has its quirks.

Alexandra's world is turned upside down when she discovers a secret that her parents have kept. They are not Catholic, as Alexandra believes. They are Jewish. Alexandra's view of her parents, of her friends, and of the society in which she lives is turned upside down by her discovery. Who is she and where does she really belong?
Publisher: Toronto : Tundra Books, c2004.
ISBN: 9780887766800
0887766803
Branch Call Number: WISEM
Characteristics: 194 p.

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