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To the Boy in Berlin by Elizabeth Honey

To the Boy in Berlin

by Elizabeth Honey, Elizabeth Honey

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I loved this book. It was an investigation about a family from Germany (the schmid's) who migrated to Australia. ( )
  alanahyates | Jun 12, 2013 |
An excellent cross cultural young adult novel written in e-mails between a girl in Australia and a boy in Berlin. Together these two teenagers unlock a 60 year old mystery, whilst surviving the usual teenage/life dramas. I enjoyed this book so much it is now on our school booklist for year 8 students. ( )
  tezz | Jan 21, 2008 |
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This suspenseful novel features the main character, Henni Octon, from the Stella Street books. It's a quirky detective story about righting the wrongs of the past and fighting injustice in the present; a touching story of friendship (across time, across cultures), football and the power of the Internet.… (more)

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