When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit - Study Guide Chapters 13-18 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 13, the children meet their new teacher, a private tutor named Mademoiselle Martel. Before Jewish refugees had come to France from Germany, her ability to speak German and French had been underused. But now she can hardly keep up with all the lessons she has to give. Max and Anna have a terrible time communicating with her at first but they improve over time. The family is adjusting nicely to life in Paris.

Chapter 14 continues concerns about schooling. Anna wants to go to school but her family cannot afford private school and think she would not learn much in a community or public school. Anna becomes mildly sick during this time and Papa seems disturbed by his constant nightmares. One night when Anna prays for her father's health and has a nightmare of her own, her father's nightmares disappear soon thereafter. By...

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