Thanks for linking up to the Homeschool Link Up! She smuggles food to starving children, however her heroism comes at great sacrifice. This would also be a fantastic book if you read and enjoyed Bomb: The Race to Build – And Steal – the World’s Most Dangerous Weapon by Steve Sheinkin. Seeing the trial through Jordana’s eyes  (two generations removed) offers readers an open-minded and contemporary perspective. The camp director tries to send him away somewhere safer but the ports are closed before his ship is set to sail and he is stuck in France. Two Jewish sisters, also from Amsterdam, are hidden away by a farmer and his wife during German occupation WWII. Always Remember Me: How One Family Survived World War II. In which case, why have acts of genocide been happening at this time and are continuing today in countries such as Egypt and Syria? Illustrated by children who heard his story and expressed their impressions of the Holocaust through drawing. Heuvel doesn’t hold back on the plight of Esther to survive or atrocities Bob describes which were inflicted on the Jews in concentration camps by the Nazis, but he does temper it by framing the story in the present, and including the sons and grandsons of Esther and Helena. Intended for ages 9-12. Anna is a compelling character as we watch her innocence replaced by an acute awareness of what is happening around her, despite her father’s attempts to shield her from it. Intended for ages 4-8. Illustrated by Kathryn E. Shoemaker. Illustrated by Dom Lee. Definitely for older teen readers. It’s no coincidence that many of these Holocaust books for kids have won prestigious awards. (DS 135 .L53 K37 1998) [Find in a library near you]. Each picture includes Krintiz’s own narrative caption with additional paragraphs written by her daughter. Anne’s story is told by a chestnut tree that grows in the courtyard of the factory where Anne and her family are in hiding. The story had hope.”. What a fantastic list – I’m going to make a note of it. Is this the right level for her though? New York: Greenwillow Books, 1986. Thanks for the Ashes book recommendation. forced to play for the commandant. My daughter (now eleven) was given this by her grandmother last year and it’s a book that she often pulls out to read in bed. The Little Boy Star: An Allegory of the Holocaust. Extensively illustrated, including diagrams of the hiding place and depictions of the Frank’s family life, transport cars, and a concentration camp. Intended for ages 8-10. Her pacing will keep readers glued to the story. Intended for ages 8-11. Schroeder, Peter W., and Dagmar Schroeder-Hildebrand. Sooo nice :)) When that was emptied, Rena and her mother ended up on a train to Auschwitz-Birkenau, after Rena’s father altered her papers so she would seem old enough to stay with her mother. Fritta, Bedřich.
[picture book, ages 7 and up], If you want to learn more about the Danish king who saved his people from the death camps, this picture book is the perfect (gentle) place to start. Intended for ages 9-12. (DS 135.N6 F7349 1997) [Find in a library near you]. [nonfiction, ages 12 and up], “The End of the Line is an interesting supplement to Holocaust literature written for young readers by an author who is part of the Canadian War Artist Program and has already written books about child soldiers in Uganda, young girls caught in the war in Afghanistan and short stories dealing with the Holocaust with Kathy Kacer, another Canadian artist who also writes books for young readers about the Holocaust.

(PZ 7 .P76955 H36 1996) [Find in a library near you]. It shows safety in the US with a light introduction to wartime. If too much is included there’s the risk that the young reader will be so traumatized by what they read, that they never want to read about the Holocaust again.
Here, in Poland, almost everyone has a heart-breaking story of it and take it extremely personally. (D 810 .C4 A234 1986) [Find in a library near you]. Sorry about the link problem. The results of that search indicate all libraries in your area that own that particular title. Set in a post-World War II Jewish neighborhood, eight-year-old Sarah sets off to buy ingredients for her mother’s birthday cake.

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