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Felix has lost his parents, and lost Zelda. Now he is finally losing hope. Following his horrific struggle to survive as a Jewish child in Nazi Germany, Felix faces his greatest trial yet – to keep his spirit strong in spite of the evil he has seen. As Europe suffers through the final agonising stages of the war, this damaged boy fights to reconcile hatred with healing. He is helped by a new friend – but what if he loses her as well? Morris Gleitzman returns to the war and its aftermath to pick up Felix’s story as the terrible conflict finally ends and he faces the future beyond.

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Felix and Zelda (book 4)







Date published

August 2nd, 2012

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Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.1; Middle years plus; 6.0 points



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What kids think

  1. Bellasara 113282

    on 24 March 2018

    Love this touching book and would definitely recommend!

    5out of 5
  2. Hayley 113303

    on 6 March 2014

    It’s interesting hard to put the book down so read it all in 1 whole day

    5out of 5
  3. Storm 113293

    on 5 March 2014

    Very sad but interesting story about the Holocaust.

  4. Pearl 113298

    on 8 March 2013

    very enjoyable

  5. Pirate2small 108060

    on 6 March 2013

    this book was ok

  6. Clarice thumb 136

    on 14 September 2012

    I’ve Read all the books and I feel that Mr. Gleitzman has come to the most perfect ending for the series. I really love all of the books.

    5out of 5
  7. Lion 113522

    on 4 September 2012

    Once. Then. Now. After!!!! Oh my days, I loved the book it was soo… mind EXPLODING the whole concept was just… AMAZING!! Throughout the book, and the series you see Felix grow as a character he parents some children he doesn’t even know, Felix is a really nice person but one thing I didn’t understand was in ‘Now’ Zelda two is present how did she come about? But ‘After’ is amazing I defiently recommend the book is funny and sad at the same time. A funny part was when Felix was like lets play football, It reminded me of in History when my teacher said when it was Christmas during WW2 the countries fighting each other would come out of the trenches and play football. Well done Mr Gleitzman amazing book.

    5out of 5