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Polly Mae finds it's impossible to leave next door's cat alone, especially if the cat happened to be up the tree Polly Mae wanted to climb herself, and the neighbour, Mrs. Donkin, was on the war path. After been banished to her room, she shimmies down the drainpipe and runs off to the beach with her friend William and finds an old suitcase hidden behind a wall in an old ice cream cabin by the beach. The contents of the suitcase take her on an incredible journey, experiencing the plights of a polish family's escape from war-torn Poland, which had been occupied by the Nazis in 1942. A time when families were torn apart on one man's whim! Polly Mae finds herself confronted with feelings and adventures she never thought she would have. What was in the suitcase to start all this off? Learning from first-hand accounts about the holocaust and the damage it did was an experience for Polly Mae. One she would never forget!

©2017 Julie Hodgson (P)2017 Julie Hodgson

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