New York : Aladdin Books, 1992.
IL 5-8 RL 6.3
Platt is the middle child of a recently immigrated family to the United
States. New York life doesn't allow for the luxuries they knew in Germany
before Hitler made it impossible for the Jews to survive let alone thrive.
From coat manufacturer to necktie salesman, Platt can't make it in New
York so he moves the family to Los Angeles where he does find a backer
who will finance his idea of a great cheap all wool coat. Lisa's life is
filled with dreams of dancing, fancy parties and great wardrobe and boys.
This book is a sequel to Journey to America.
Emigration and immigration -- Fiction
Jews -- United States -- Fiction
German Americans -- Fiction
World War, 1939-1945 -- United States -- Fiction
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