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Das Geheimnis des Blutmonds

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BookPaperback
256 pages
German
An international school in Israel. Young people of different religions - Muslims, Jews, Christians - live together peacefully and happily. They learn together. They support each other.Suddenly an extremely talented, cosmopolitan 13-year-old girl is torn from her midst: she dies in a suicide attack in a public bus in Haifa.Now a time full of riddles begins. Because suddenly the 8-year-old Amina, who belongs to a religious minority,...more

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Cover TextAn international school in Israel. Young people of different religions - Muslims, Jews, Christians - live together peacefully and happily. They learn together. They support each other.Suddenly an extremely talented, cosmopolitan 13-year-old girl is torn from her midst: she dies in a suicide attack in a public bus in Haifa.Now a time full of riddles begins. Because suddenly the 8-year-old Amina, who belongs to a religious minority, behaves quite strangely in a small village in the north of Israel. She suffers from severe sleep disorders, nightmares and visions. She processes them in the form of drawings that increasingly pose riddles for her family.A Jewish psychologist, specializing in trauma processing. sets off like a detective to his work, but reaches his limits. He therefore falls back on the help of a German psychologist who works with children suffering from cancer.Both psychologists cannot be more different: The one doesn't care about spiritual considerations. The other, who grew up in France and Germany, behaves quite loosely and also uses various unconventional methods, which brings him a lotof criticism.In the end, they both have to solve one last secret: What does this strange drawing with the rainbow mean?
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ISBN/GTIN978-99959-0-471-5
Product TypeBook
BindingPaperback
Publishing year2019
Publishing date04/07/2019
EditionNeuauflage
Pages256 pages
LanguageGerman
Illustrations20 s/w Abbildungen Fotos von den Schauplätzen des Romans (Daliat el-Carmel, Haifa, Jerusalem) und von dem Mädchen Kamar Abu Hamed, von dem im Buch die Rede ist
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