The Sky Over Rebecca

The Sky Over Rebecca

by Matthew Fox
The Sky Over Rebecca

The Sky Over Rebecca

by Matthew Fox

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Combining time travel with elements of historical fiction, this inventive debut is sensitive and empathetic, engaging with the perennially important themes of refugees, allyship and taking action.

In this breath-taking debut novel, two worlds—and timelines—collide when ten-year-old Kara discovers mysterious footprints in the snow that lead her to another place entirely, perfect for fans of When You Reach Me and Echo
 
When mysterious footprints appear in the Stockholm snow, ten-year-old Kara attempts to discover where they’ve come from and who they belong to. They lead Kara to Rebecca, a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl, and her younger brother Samuel.  
 
Before long Kara realizes Rebecca and Samuel are refugees from another time—World War II—who are trying to find their way home. Kara discovers that her friends are trapped in a time loop, and they must make it to the British plane that lands near their hideout in order to make it out alive. With unexpected help, Kara travels into the time split to help save her friends.  
 
Matthew Fox’s lyrical prose—both haunting and uplifting—invites readers into an otherworldly setting grounded in history. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781454951902
Publisher: Union Square Kids
Publication date: 11/14/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 346,417
File size: 8 MB
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Matthew Fox grew up in Wiltshire, UK and now lives in Stockholm with his partner and child. He studied at the University of Oxford and the Northern Film School. The Sky Over Rebecca won the Bath Children's Novel Award in 2019 and is his first novel for children.
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