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Product description

Paulo Levi is a world-famous violinist, but he will never play Mozart. Why? When Lesley travels to Venice to interview him, she learns the heartbreaking answer. For the first time in his life, Paulo tells the terrible story of how his parents, imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp, were forced to play Mozart for the enemy – playing for their lives as fellow Jews were sent to their deaths. Can answering the Mozart Question offer healing at long last?

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781406312201

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.0; Middle years; 1.0 points

Other details
  • 80 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Michael Morpurgo

8025 morpurgo 206731

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  1. Default avatar

    powerpush22
    on 19 February 2013

    It reminds me of my Violin teacher!

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    booksrcul
    on 17 September 2011

    It is a good book but it is very sad.

    4out of 5
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    cari0608
    on 11 November 2009

    It was a really good book, although it went too quickly, i was really sad when i finished it because i wanted it to keep going.

    5out of 5
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    Tottenham4lyfe
    on 13 August 2009

    this book is quite short but still is fenominal it made me imagine to be there in world war 2 being mr.levi having to play mozart for my life ! It was just truly amazing. defenatley a 10/10 for this book

    5out of 5
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    Ben05
    on 6 June 2009

    This is an excellent book. Michael Morpurgo makes you believe that this is a ‘musical’ story, however, you realise that it is based on WWII! This is the best book, which I have ever read and I would give it 10/10 every time!

    5out of 5