4 edition of Love in the upstairs flat found in the catalog.
Love in the upstairs flat
|LC Classifications||PS3563.I4738 L68 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||83 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||95008692|
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The upstairs was converted into a flat and books moved downstairs, “so it is cramped and cozy and exactly what you’d hope a bookshop would look like if. Lisa Jewell is the internationally bestselling author of eighteen novels, including the New York Times bestsellers The Family Upstairs and Then She Was Gone, as well as Watching You and I Found You.
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The Upstairs room was about a Jewish family during the Holocaust. They live in Holland when the war happens and they are forced to move Love in the upstairs flat book from their homes in order to be safe from the Nazi's. The family are split up later in the book and they go to other family's houses to hide from the Nazi/5.
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Libby Jones has turned twenty-five and receives a letter that tells her the identity of her birth parents and that she has inherited their old mansion in 4/5.
The Upstairs Room, by Johanna Reiss, is a story told from the view of a Jewish girl, Annie, who is only six years old when Hitler first begins to destroy the Jews. Annie and her family must go into hiding with Gentile families in order to avoid the concentration camps.
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