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Henry's Red Sea by Barbara Smucker
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Henry's Red Sea (1955)

by Barbara Smucker

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Henry Bergen felt the aching cold of the wet floor seep into his cracked boots.
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Barbara Smucker relates the dramatic and courageous story of refugees from Russia following World War II. This is a story of suspense-American soldiers, Russian officers, and a midnight train ride in darkened boxcars. Here is danger, escape, and deliverance. An actual event that happened in Berlin in 1946.Easily read by ages 11 and up-but can be read to children of all ages!… (more)

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