This fast-moving novel of the Hungarian Revolution is based on the true-life account of the Szablya family's dramatic struggle for freedom. At the heart of the novel is 14-year-old Stephen, who as a boy saw his father taken by the police. Knowing only Communism, Stephen finds himself in an uprising in 1956. Now his family must make a run for the border.
|Product dimensions:||5.16(w) x 8.18(h) x 0.66(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Helen Szablya has won many awards, including the Jozsef Antall Memorial Medal for Outstanding Service to Hungary, and is Honorary Consul of the Republic of Hungary.
Peggy King Anderson is the author of the novels Safe at Home!, Coming Home, and First Day Blues. She lives in Kirkland, Washington.