Someone Named Eva
By- Joan M. Wolf
The author believes that "hope" is the theme because throughout this whole book none of the characters lost hope, even when it was hard. In the book when Malada got taken to the gymnasium she kept thinking of the positives. Also when she was adopted she was thinking of her family and was thinking that it was for the best, even though she wanted to go home more than anything.
Research-- Operation Pied-Piper
Operation Pied Piper is when children are forced to leave their home. Most concentrated mass movement of people in Britain's history. If you talk to evacuees now about the events of those days in 1939 recalls painful memories. Most were school children, they were labeled like luggage, and were separated from their parents, and were watched by soldiers. It began during the summer in 1938. Was an emotional decision for the Great Britain government but it was to keep the children safe.
I would rate this book a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Prest, David. "Evacuees in World War Two - the True Story." BBC News. BBC. Web. 17 Jan. 2011.
Zimmerman, John. "Operation Pied Piper: The Evacuation of English Children During World War II | Defense Media Network." Defense Media Network Operation Pied Piper The Evacuation of English Children During World War II Comments. Web. 31 Dec. 2011.