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Male View all Buyer Feedback. Teenagers can iesper relate to the characters in this book, I know being a teenager. But some how he manages to do it. Sep 01, Rivkah rated it it was amazing.

Jesper is a good book. The characters were very life like, as if they were real. Catherine Mustread rated it it was ok Sep 30, Jesper is a good book. Carol did an excellent job on describing the scenery, feelings, and sights throughout this entire mtas. School takes a back sit while fight Hitler and the Nazis comes first. Jesper and his fellow resistance fighters help bring their home country to freedom from their opposing country, Germany.

Jesper by Carol Matas is a sequel to Lisa written by the same author. Lisa by Carol Matas. A quick story about a terrible time.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Because Lisa was not available to this reviewer, no comparisons could be made. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. We have all been there, had our breath taken away by stylish women and men. No eBook available Amazon. Open Preview See a Problem? The Freak by Carol Matas. Jesper by Carol Matas I love this book, and I think you will too! It will keep you off gaming devices for as long as your reading it!

Common terms and phrases Amager anyway apartment Aryan race barricade bike boat bonfire bumper cars Carol Matas caught code name Copenhagen crowd curfew Danes Danish deep cover Denmark door drove eyes face father feel felt Frederik friends Catol soldiers Gestapo grabbed guards guess hair hand happened hated head hear heard hospital carrol jacket Janicke Jens Jesper Jews kill knew knocked Kris Lars laughed Lisa looked machine guns moved Nazis Needle Nelson Eddy never night Olaf papers plane pulled replied resistance fighters ride Rigshospitalet roller coaster sabotage safe screamed Shellhuset shooting shot smiled smoking pipe someone started stopped story street streetcar suddenly sure Sven Sweden talk tell thing thought Tivoli told took torture troops truck trying turned underground underground press waiting walked whispered window wonder worry.

Amazon Kindle 0 editions. She is best known for her acclaimed historical fiction, and her awards include the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young Readers.

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Apr 14, Katie rated it really liked it Shelves: I had to read this with some of my students, but I enjoyed the story very mats.

She has a brother, Stefan, who …more Lisa is a teenaged Jew girl living in Denmark with her family. This boys name was Jesp I loved this book it was fantastic! Along the way to where he is now jail, Craol helps stop the Nazi revolution. No current Talk conversations about this book. I would read this book all over again in a second, it was so well written. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. To ask other readers questions about Jesperplease sign up.

Jesper Carol Matas No preview available — The best thing abut the book was I hate reading books about war. Related Posts.


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Jesper is book set in Copenhagen, Denmark during the Holocaust. Jesper and his friend Stefan want to help stop the Nazis so they join the Resistance. Stefan must escape Denmark or the Nazis will kill him, so Jesper must work in the Resistance without him. Along the way to where he is now jail, Jesper helps stop the Nazi revolution. Best and Worst. My favortite part of the book was when Jesper and Stefan escape from the jail, because it was a sign that the Nazis had been Jesper By: Carol Matas. My favortite part of the book was when Jesper and Stefan escape from the jail, because it was a sign that the Nazis had been defeated in Copenhagen and that no one was forgotten.







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