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Harry Bernstein

Ninety-nine-year-old Harry Bernstein immigrated to the United States with his family after World War I. He is the author of The Invisible Wall and The Dream and has been published in “My Turn” in Newsweek. Bernstein lives in Brick, New Jersey, where he is working on another book.

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The Dream
Written by Harry Bernstein
Ballantine Books | Trade Paperback | April 2009
$16.00/18.00(Canada) | 978-0-345-50389-3 (0-345-50389-9)

During the hard and bitter years of his youth in England, Harry Bernstein’s selfless mother never stops dreaming of a better life in America, no matter how unlikely. Then, one miraculous day when Harry is twelve years old, steamship tickets arrive in the mail, sent by an anonymous benefactor. Suddenly, a... Read more






The Golden Willow
Written by Harry Bernstein
Ballantine Books | Hardcover | April 2009
$25.00/28.95(Canada) | 978-0-345-51102-7 (0-345-51102-6)

Harry Bernstein started chronicling his life at the age of ninety-four, after the death of his beloved wife, Ruby. In his first book, The Invisible Wall, he told a haunting story of forbidden love in World War I-era England. Then Bernstein wrote The Dream, the touching tale of his family’s immigrant... Read more






The Invisible Wall
Written by Harry Bernstein
Ballantine Books | Trade Paperback | February 2008
$15.00/17.00(Canada) | 978-0-345-49610-2 (0-345-49610-8)

“There are places that I have never forgotten. A little cobbled street in a smoky mill town in the North of England has haunted me for the greater part of my life. It was inevitable that I should write about it and the people who lived on both sides of its... Read more





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