Anna and Solomon

"An American story that is at once personal, timeless and universal." - Kirkus Reviews

By Elaine Snyder Read by Qarie Marshall Children's Nonfiction / History - United States / Jewish English, Unabridged 13m Sell Sheet Also available on
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1 Audio CDs November 11, 2014 $14.99 $12.99 9781633795396 Add to Cart
							In 1897 a young man named Solomon fell in love with and married a beautiful  young woman named Anna. They lived in Russia, which was dangerous at that time  for a Jewish family, so Solomon moved to the United States, where he worked and  saved until he had enough money to send Anna a ticket for the  voyage across  the ocean. But when Solomon went to meet Anna's ship, Anna's younger brother was waiting for him. Solomon took in her brother and worried and saved until he  could send the money for Anna's passage again - but this time, Anna's older  brother was waiting. When Solomon sent the money a third time and Anna's mother  arrived, Solomon wondered if he would ever see his dear wife again.

“This celebration of love, family, and hard work will resonate…” - School Library Journal (audio review)