EAN13
9782815101431
ISBN
978-2-8151-0143-1
Éditeur
OREP éditions
Date de publication
Nombre de pages
96
Dimensions
21 x 13 cm
Poids
150 g
Langue
français
Langue d'origine
français
Fiches UNIMARC
S'identifier
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“A small red ball that goes through the greatest of twentieth century tragediesto tell us of its experience... Is that so impossible? And yet... Sam, asmall boy who lived happily with his father Joshua and his mother Sarah,was given that very ball for his birthday and it became his best friend. en catastrophe struck: the Vel’ d’Hiv Roundup. is Jewish family was taken, with thousands of others, to join the roadto horror. After days and nights of misery in wagons only ‚ t for animals,they arrived at the “sorting” dock. Women, children and the elderly onone side, able-bodied men on the other...But the little red ball was there! Always. It carefully kept all the secrets,and brought hope...When, years later, Joshua’s own granddaughter Lucy asked him to tellher his story, the red ball was still there, on her pillow, ready to share theexperience...”Extract from the preface by Raymond Aubrac
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