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Lucy and her mother are in France for the summer to visit family. As they arrive they pass refugees, who are not welcome in this little village. Then valuables are stolen and the young refugees are accused. Lucy sides with the refugees - this could be dangerous.
Paperback, 214 pages
Published May 2019 by OneTree House
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Ann David
Jun 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a rich, intelligent book designed to capture a young reader’s imagination through an interplay of many different themes held together by a pacey adventure story.

The background is the landscape, language and culture of France, the history of Burgundy (but without a single boring historical date), and the canal boat lifestyle of today’s leisure-seeker.

Over the top comes the storyline: a very special summer holiday into which is woven a contemporary moral conundrum that challenges Lucy Bee
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Rebekah Fraser
May 09, 2019 rated it liked it
When Lucy goes to France for summer, she is looking forward to spending time with her French relatives at a family reunion. On the way from the airport, the family sees a line of refugees on the road. She immediately gets offside with her cousin Celeste, who blames the refugees for a burglary.

When Lucy discovers a very ill young Afghan refugee, she hides him, not realising that what she is doing may be illegal.

Lucy’s story continues with her and her cousins heading off on a boat trip. As they
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