The Grand Mosque of Paris

By: Kiarha Hyman

About the Authors

Karen Gray Ruelle was once a librarian, but is now a full time author and illustrator.

Deborah Durland DeSaix was a college professor. She enjoys painting, ceramics, and writing.

Short Summary

In the 1940's, The Grand Mosque of Paris was a place to worship and a place for Jews to hide out from the Nazis.

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