Summary of Mala Kacenberg's Mala's Cat
Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 I was born into an observant Jewish family in Tarnogród, Poland. My father, Yitzchak Szorer, left for Uruguay on a business venture in the early 1930s. He returned to Tarnogród two years later, and began a business leasing fruit orchards. We were never rich, but we managed to exist on the profits of those fruit. #2 I enjoyed life to the fullest, never expecting more from it than my parents could afford to give me. I was always grateful for what I had. I loved playing with the pebbles that lined the bottom of the Nitka River, and I became an expert at it. #3 In 1936, severe hailstorms ruined the crops in my town, and the local economy suffered. The situation was not always enough money for my family, but we still had to make our clothes last for a long time. #4 I can still see the sad look on my mother’s face as she said goodbye to her son every morning. We could not complain to the police, since we were afraid of them too.
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