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Jesper by Carol Matas
ds Niyati Murdeshwar This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ Lisa is a teenaged Jew girl living in Denmark with her family. Well Jesper was not the best book in the world actually i thought it really sucked.
Than they stared going on missions to steal Nazi weapons, they had enough; they met in the middle of the night to have shooting practice. After Stefan and Lisa have left Denmark, Jesper continues his underground resistance work in suspense filled Copenhagen. A very sad grown up story about a hardened boy in ww2.
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The worst thing about the book was the way it switched in and jespr of Jesper telling his story and his present life. Jesper by Carol Matas. It will keep you jespwr to read the next chapter.
It is a gripping continuation of the stroyline Matas began in her award winning Lisa also published as Lisa’s War. Aug 15, Olivia Riddell rated it it was amazing. Our favorite toys for everyone on your list.
This novel provides an exciting account of Jesper’s activities fighting the Nazis after Lisa has escaped to Sweden. Teenagers can really relate to the characters in this book, I know being a teenager. Are you excited to throw a dinner party, but terrified at the thought? Jesper is unusual, however, in that the reading level, according to Frey’s scale, measures out at the grade 4 level.
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Jesper (Lisa’s War, #2) by Carol Matas
Closed 15 Mar 12 Jesper may be afraid of dying – but he will jesler give up. An Item has been added to cart x. Wikipedia in English None.
Jesper and his friend Stefan want to help stop the Nazis so they join the Resistance. Editorial Review Praise for Jesper: Stories that have themes on war always seem boring ed me, but these two books have changed my likes for books.
The book sucked, it was boring and old feeling. I thought the characters were interesting and suited the book well. Refresh and try again. May 02, Tristen rated it it was ok.
In a sequel to Lisa’s War, Jesper, a Jewish boy who has grown up quickly in Nazi-occupied Denmark and is code-named Kris, joins the Jseper resistance and goes underground to protect his family. May 24, Melissa8f1 rated it liked it.
Jesper (by Carol Matas)
Readers of Lisa will remember that, while fighting in the Danish resistance movement during World War II, she met and fell in love with another young resistance fighter named Jesper. You find yourself stranded and lost d the middle of nowhere. Can anybody explain it to me please?
May 08, Ryka rated it liked it. It confused me at times when it seemed as though they were skipping parts and going to fast.