Wolfy and the Strudelbakers

wolfyWolfy and the Strudelbakers
by Zvi Jagendorf (German/British/Israeli)
2001 / 187 pages
rating 9 /historical fiction

An extended  Jewish family of “refijees”  from Austria arrives in London during WWII.  They are not totally welcome and don’t understand British ways but they get by and go on.   Barely.  Most of them.

Wolfy is a young boy,  born just before the emigration, who grows up in this family.  Even if they aren’t in Austria, they have troubles of all sorts from anti-Semitism to normal growing up pains to family deaths and finding love.  >>>>MORE>>>>

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