Publisher:Linda Leith Publishing, 2019Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Ravvin, NormanDate:Created2019Summary:
A stolen house on a Polish square. A pop bottle with a less than pleasant history on Vancouver's east side. Nadia Baltzan knows a few things about theft. As a girl she took what she could - from her neighbourhood library, her piano teacher's record shelves, her father's wallet - as she plotted her escape. The Girl Who Stole Everything is the story of a mother and daughter in the Polish countryside, and a father and son on Vancouver's downtown east side. In these old and new worlds a mystery lurks. In Poland, a house stands empty on a village square seventy-five years after its owners were killed. In Vancouver, the aftermath of a murder in an east side pawn shop overturns the life of the victim's niece.Subject(s): Fiction | Jewish families | Jewish-Canadian families | Mothers and daughters | Murder | Poland | ShtetlsOriginal Publisher: Montreal, Linda Leith PublishingLanguage(s): English