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The Book Journey to America written by Sonia Levitin is the one of the greatest books that was ever published The book showed the how a family could survive in tough times and yet survive to live great The book is well written well thought of and well done The book is great to read and great to tell about that why youre hearing it right now Now listen now and think about reading it laterThe book started in Germany where the Platt family was living and staring their quest out of the hellhole During the starting it explains that the family tried to live in Brazil but didnt succeed so they returned back to Germany About after that is where the book starts and the family decides that the location is America and their new home First their father papa leaves to America and advises that he will send for them After about 4 days they receive a letter that he is ok Then about after 2 weeks he sends a letter that he got a job as a janitor and tells them that the next letter is to leave Germany Then after a week and a half he sends instructions on their way to Zurich Then the family leaves leaving their family behind They get there and get the room where Papa said to stay and there were a letter that explained how to get to America Also telling them that a letter will come to go to the next point of the plan Then they head to France then Catch a boat and reach America where their father is waiting The book was ravishing with important events but there were 3 It was when their Papa leaves when they leave Germany and when they get to America Though the ending was so predictable it was that they get to America and they finally see their fatherThe Main Character Lisa was changed a
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