Sonia Levitin

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Sonia Levitin (b. Berlin, August 18, 1934) is a novelist and author of over forty novels and picture books for young adults and children, as well as published essays on various topics for adults.[1] Her books include: The Journey to America and Silver Days, a series about a family of German Jewish refugees who flee the horrors of the Holocaust, and The Cure, a story about a boy in the future sent back in time.[2]

Her book Strange Relations (2007) won a Sydney Taylor Book Award.[3]

Books[edit]

  • Adam's War
  • All the Cats in the World
  • Annie's Promise
  • Beyond Another Door
  • Boom Town
  • Clem's Chances
  • The Cure
  • Dream Freedom
  • Escape from Egypt
  • Evil Encounter
  • The Fisherman and the Bird (written with Francis Livingston)
  • The Golem and the Dragon Girl
  • The Goodness Gene
  • Incident at Loring Groves
  • Jason and the Money Tree
  • Journey to America
  • The Mark of Conte
  • Nine for California
  • Nobody Stole the Pie
  • The No-Return Trail
  • A Piece of Home
  • Reigning Cats and Dogs
  • The Return
  • Rita, the Weekend Rat
  • Roanoke: A Novel of the Lost Colony
  • Room in the Heart
  • A Season for Unicorns
  • Silver Days
  • The Singing Mountain
  • A Single Speckled Egg
  • Smile Like a Plastic Daisy
  • A Sound to Remember
  • Strange Relations
  • Taking Charge
  • Who Owns the Moon?
  • The Year of Sweet Senior Insanity
  • Yesterday's Child

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sonia Levitin: Biography". Author's Official website. Retrieved 24 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Sonia Levitin". Fantastic Fiction. Retrieved 24 March 2010. 
  3. ^ Silver (2011-01-01). Best Jewish Books for Children and Teens: A JPS Guide. Jewish Publication Society. pp. 237–. ISBN 9780827611214. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 

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