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Then Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubIn Then Morris Gleitzman s heartbreaking children s novel set during the Nazi occupation of Poland during the Second World War Jewish orphan Felix and his best friend Zelda have been captured and are on the way to a concentration camp, unless they manage to escapeA little hope goes a long wayI had a plan for me and Zelda Pretend to be someone else Find new parents, be safe foreverThen the Nazis cameMy name is Felix This is my story Then is the second in a series of children s novels about Felix, a Jewish orphan caught in the middle of the Holocaust, from Australian author Morris Gleitzman author of Bumface and Two Weeks with the Queen The other books in the series, Once, Now and After, are also available from Puffin.


About the Author: Morris Gleitzman

Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubMorris began his writing career as a screenwriter, and wrote his first children s novel in His brilliantly comic style has endeared him to children and adults alike, and he is now one of Australia s most successful authors, both internationally and at home He was born in England in and emigrated to Australia in so he could escape from school and become a Very Famous WriterBefore realising that dream, he had a colourful career as paperboy, bottle shop shelf stacker, department store Santa Claus, frozen chicken defroster, fashion design assistant and sugar mill employee In between he managed to gain a degree in Professional Writing at the Canberra College of Advanced Education Later he became sole writer for three award winning and top rating seasons with the TV comedy series The Norman Gunston ShowMorris wrote a number of feature film and telemovie screenplays, including The Other Facts of Life and Second Childhood, both produced by The Australian Children s Television Foundation The Other Facts of Life won an AWGIE Award for the Best Original Children s Film ScriptHe also wrote live stage material for people such as Rolf Harris, Pamela Stephenson and the Governor General of Australia Morris is well known to many people through his semi autobiographical columns in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald magazine, Good Weekend, which he wrote for nine yearsBut the majority of Morris accolades are for his hugely popular children s books One of his most successful books for young people is Two Weeks with the Queen, an international bestseller which was also adapted into a play by Mary Morris The play had many successful seasons in Australia and was then produced at the National Theatre in London in directed by Alan Ayckbourn, and also in South Africa, Canada, Japan and the USAAll his other books have been shortlisted for or have won numerous children s book prizes These include The Other Facts of Life, Second Childhood, Misery Guts, Worry Warts, Puppy Fat, Blabber Mouth, Sticky Beak, Belly Flop, Water Wings, Bumface, Gift Of The Gab, Toad Rage, Wicked and Deadly , two six part novels written in collaboration with Paul Jennings, Adults Only, Toad Heaven, Boy Overboard, Teacher s Pet, Toad Away, Girl Underground, Worm Story, Once, Aristotle s Nostril, Doubting Thomas, Give Peas A Chance, Then, Toad Surprise, Grace, Now, Too Small To Fail, and his latest book, Pizza Cake Morris children s books have been published in the UK, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan, France, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Indonesia and Czechoslovakia, Russia and China.



10 thoughts on “Then

  1. PorshaJo PorshaJo says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubRating is a 4.5ONCE I read a book about a boy named Felix He was a young child living during the terror of the Nazis and escaped an orphanage to find his parents He met a 6 year old girl named Zelda They are just trying to survive and find new parents THEN I picked up the 2nd book in this series to hearabout these two and I am just devastated.Then picks up immediately where the first book, Once, ends Each chapter in each book begins with the one word title of the book When I say the Rating is a 4.5ONCE I read a book about a boy named Felix He was a young child living during the terror of the Nazis and escaped an orphanage to find his parents He met a 6 year old girl named Zelda They are just trying to survive and find new parents THE


  2. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubSPOILERS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT READ ONCE When I finished the review for the first book in this series, Once, I said that I would look out for the rest of the books in the series However, after going to my nearest town no HIGH STREET I never go there because it is so small and has a crap selection of books in the library , I found this one, waiting for me.WOW, didn t realise I would find it THAT quickly SoI picked it up.Synopsis The book starts where the previous one left off after the SPOILERS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT READ ONCE When I finished the review for the first book in this series, Once, I said that I would look out for the rest of the books in the series However, after going to my nearest town no HIGH STREET I never go there because it is so small and has a crap s


  3. Brodief Brodief says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubI decided to read the book Then by Morris Gleitzman because I had read the first book in the series Once at Intermediate School and really enjoyed it.The category that this book fits into on the bingo board is, a book set in another time in history.The character I found most interesting was Fel


  4. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubThis is the second book in a trilogy, children s novels with children characters about the Holocaust In the first book, Once, the first word of each chapter was Once Here, the first word in each chapter is Then It works Book 2 in a trilogy typically the weakest book, but this book is as strong and devastating and heartwarming as is book 1 Packs a huge punch to the


  5. Sally906 Sally906 says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubI cried Wow the cruelty that people can inflict on each other still catches me by surprise We hear about, and condemn, acts of atrocity today But stories like these bring home that nothing is new.


  6. Sam Sam says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubSniff Sniff Why Why did Morris Gleitzman write such a sad story This is the follow on to his first book on the holocaust called Once It continues the story of the young Jewsish boy Felix and his little 6 year old friend Zelda I can t really say that I enjoyed the first book or this book because it s such an emotional topic, but I can say that I liked it because Felix felt very re


  7. Krista the Krazy Kataloguer Krista the Krazy Kataloguer says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubThe second book in this Holocaust trilogy was just as chilling and horrific as the first book, Once It picks up exactly where Once left off, with Felix, age 10, and Zelda, age 6, fleeing through the countryside after managing to escape from a Nazi death train I couldn t read this one all in one sitting I had to read a few chapters at a time and stop Just when you think everything may finally be all right for them, something horrible happens


  8. Claire (Book Blog Bird) Claire (Book Blog Bird) says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubThis is the follow up to Once, which was a bittersweet, heart warming story This is a worthy sequel and Felix s narrative is as beautiful as ever There sof a dark undercurrent to this story, however, and the ending made me spin the audiobook back and forth a few times to see if I d heard correctly Definitely worth reading if you enjoyed the first book and I m certainly going to carry on with the series.


  9. Felicity Gibson Felicity Gibson says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubThen and Once, the first two books of a series, tell the powerful story of a boy who grew up at the time of the Holocaust in Poland I could often sympathize with the protagonist and imagine how tough it was for Jews I would recommend this series to children in Years 5 and 6, especially if they are learning about the Holocaust.


  10. ~Bellegirl91~ ~Bellegirl91~ says:

    Paperback ☆ Then eBook Ð then ebok, ThenThen EpubWhy do people start wars when they know so many sad things are going to happen I don t get it Now I want to go and hug my mom so tightly and tell her how much I love her after this book Oh my gosh this one was so fetching sad and the last 10 or less pages were heartbreaking I can t stop thinking about it now cause it s just too sad This one picks up literally just seconds after what happened at the end of ONCE and from there it actually got so horrifically


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