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When the Soldiers Were Gone

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • "The author creates and sustains a mood that coincides with the readjustment phase that takes place after a trauma. Historical facts are successfully integrated into the narrative, and Henk’s first-person telling makes the effects of the war tangible to readers." – School Library Journal

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