La guerre est finie pour tout le monde. Sauf pour Zofia.Allemagne, 1945. Zofia, Juive polonaise de 18 ans, a survécu au pire. Réchappée des camps, elle a vu toute sa famille exterminée, à l'exception de son frère Abek, dont elle a été séparée.
Difficile de retrouver Abek dans un océan de disparus, avec une mémoire défaillante et sa propre vie à reconstruire. Au fil de son enquête, Zofia traverse la Pologne et l'Allemagne jusqu'à atterrir dans un camp de réfugiés, avec d'autres jeunes rescapés. Cette famille d'adoption l'aidera-t-elle à regarder vers l'avant, ou à renouer avec son passé ?
La jeune fille qui a disparu est juive.
Il faut que tu la retrouves avant les nazis.
Hanneke sillonne à vélo les rues de la ville afin de se procurer au marché noir les marchandises qu'on lui commande. Ses parents ignorent tout de ses activités clandestines. Un jour, l'une de ses clientes lui fait une requête particulière. Il s'agit de retrouver une jeune fille qu'elle cachait chez elle et qui a disparu. Elle s'appelle Mirjam Roodvelt. Elle est juive...
Un écho vibrant au Journal d'Anne Frank.
"Monica Hesse, comme John Boyne et Ruta Sepetys, illustre le renouveau de la fiction historique dans la littérature pour adolescents."
Amsterdam, 1943 Hanneke spends her days procuring and delivering sought-after black-market goods to paying customers, her nights hiding the true nature of her work from her concerned parents, and every waking moment mourning her boyfriend, who was killed on the front line when the Germans invaded. She likes to think of her illegal work as a small act of rebellion. But one day Hanneke gets a very unusual request. One of her regular customers asks her to find a girl. A girl who has disappeared from the secret room in her house. A Jewish girl . . .As she searches for clues Hanneke is drawn into a dangerous web of lies, secrets and mysteries. Can she find the runaway before the Nazis do?Meticulously researched, intricately plotted and beautifully written, The Girl in the Blue Coat is an extraordinarily gripping novel from a bright new voice in YA fiction.'a gripping historical mystery' Publishers Weekly, starred review
What happens when you live a life that isn't yours?Lona Sixteen Always is not herself - quite literally. She lives her life virtually through the experiences of Julian, a boy who was chosen as a role model for the Pathers of Quadrant 1 - troubled children who have been 'rescued' by the government and put 'on-Path'. But one day Lona finds she can think for herself. And on top of that, the face of a familiar boy appears on her screen - Fenn, who she thought had moved on to a different stage of the Path last year. But he didn't. Fenn and other rebels like him have strayed from the Path, and now Lona must stray too. But life off-Path is strange and difficult, and Lona uncovers a secret that will threaten all their lives. Can there really be life after the Path?ABOUT THE AUTHORMonica Hesse grew up in the cornfield American town of Normal, Illinois, spending most of her childhood pretending to be Laura Ingalls Wilder or Anne Frank. She is a feature writer for The Washington Post, where she has covered everything from political campaigns and the Oscars to the cultural meaning of Doritos. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and a big black dog named Sheba. Follow Monica on Twitter: @MonicaHesseREVIEWS[Has] the potential to be the next big YA phenomenon.', Sarah Dobbs, SFX
The thrilling sequel to the action-packed sci-fi drama STRAYLona Sixteen Always is about to become Lona Seventeen Always, but she isn't feeling much older or wiser. Unlike Fenn and the rest of the Path Strays, she is struggling to move on with her life. How can she look to the future when she knows almost nothing about her past? Lona feels like everyone's pressuring her to become 'normal' - even her beloved Fenn - and on top of this, she's been having strange, violent dreams. It almost feels like someone's trying to send her a message... In the bid to find out who she really is, Lona will fall headlong into a trap far more dangerous and cunning than she could ever have imagined. The Path was just the beginning ...ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Monica Hesse grew up in the cornfield American town of Normal, Illinois, spending most of her childhood pretending to be Laura Ingalls Wilder or Anne Frank. She is a feature writer for The Washington Post, where she has covered everything from political campaigns and the Oscars to the cultural meaning of Doritos. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and a big black dog named Sheba. Follow Monica on Twitter: @MonicaHesseREVIEWS
This Festschrift in honour of Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. P. Michael Schmitz covers theoretical as well as empirical works on challenges prevailing in the food and agricultural sector. Discussions of conflicts between social and ecological requests of citizens and market outcomes are provided. The contributors discuss options of policy interventions as well as their limitations. Empirical facts that can contribute to a more evidence based policy formation are also presented. The book itself consists of two parts: «agri-food markets and policies» and «agriculture, trade and development». Topics covered are moral, markets and policies, farm animal welfare, fat taxes, agricultural derivatives markets, future food value chains, free trade agreements, food security, food waste and climate change.