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By: F. G. Wood

Quest for the Ancient Torah

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It’s 1942 in the occupied city of Prague. Jewish people are being transported out to Theresienstadt and times are hard especially when a high-ranking German SS Commander is assassinated. Karl Rozenburg realises his fate and seeks the help of the Novak family to procure a treasure that is of importance to the Jewish people. The Novaks embark on a quest which proves to be complicated, requiring skill and cunning to follow the trail.

F. G. Wood is a former teacher and consultant. Much of her career has been spent in the Middle East where, in the last ten years, she has devoted her time to early years education. Having gained a master’s degree, she developed a passion for inclusive education and has worked setting up achievement centres within nurseries. Now settled back in the UK, she devotes her time to writing, where she encapsulates much of experiences of her travels into her work for young children.

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  • Theresa Smith

    Like her first book, this was captivating from start to finish. I didn’t want to put the book down. It teaches a lot of the history and what people had to go through during the war. I would recommend this as a good read for both adult and junior child.

  • Jenny Wilson

    After reading the first book I was very impatient waiting for this one. As expected I wasn’t disappointed it was phenomenal. I was so hooked from start to finish and can’t wait to be able to share with my little boy when he is a bit older. The research that must have gone in to making this book so captivating shows how talented this author is. I would recommend to both adult and child and can’t wait to see more from the author.

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