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  Four Perfect Pebbles by Lila Pert and Marion Blumenthal

Review by: Emily A.
Pennsylvania, Grade 7

One interresting thing about this book is to hear some of the ways people say alive in the Holocaust. One ways is to soak your feet in your urine to keep from getting frost bite. Another way is to sell the cigaretts. Men in the consontration camps would recieve cigaretts along with food. If you didn't smoke, like Marion's family, you could trade cigaretts for more food.

I liked Four Perfect Pebbles because I think it is good to learn more about the Holocaust. I already knew some about it, but I was shocked by many things. In away though I sort of didn't like it because it was very depressing. I think that all the good in the book over rules the sad depressing part.

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