In the early 1940s, during World War II, Germany's Nazi regime expanded into neighboring European countries. In France, groups of anti-Nazi citizens, known as the French Resistance, fought to stop Germany's reign of terror. A brave woman named Nancy Wake became one of the movement's greatest assets as a spy. In her role, Wake often transported Jews to safe locations and rode her bicycle through German checkpoints to deliver messages and supplies. For her ability to avoid capture, the enemy nicknamed her the "White Mouse." In this full-color graphic novel, discover more about this fearless woman who faced the enemies of World War II.
Children’s / Teenage: General interest, Graphic novels - Comic books - Cartoons
Age: From 8 to 11 years
Jessica Gunderson, Alice Larson