Survivors of the Holocaust: True Stories of Six Extraordinary Children

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7.8 X 11.0 X 0.3 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author

Kath Shackleton is a producer and animator at the animation studio Fettle. She is based in Yorkshire, UK.

Zane Whittingham is Animation Director for Fettle Animation. He is based in Yorkshire, UK.

Ryan Jones is editor in chief at SLAM, the monthly basketball magazine. He wrote the first national magazine feature on LeBron James. He is the author of King James: Believe the Hype---The LeBron James Story. He lives in New York City with his wife and son.
"Presents powerful testimonials from six individuals who survived the Holocaust as children" -- School Library Connection
"searing...gnawing at the heart" -- Publishers Weekly
"Using an engaging format to shed light on a devastating yet important topic, this is a strong choice for most libraries." -- School Library Journal
"The narratives and drawings no doubt will raise many questions in the minds of children" -- San Diego Jewish World
"We need more books like this. We must never forget. Buy this book for your classrooms and libraries!" -- Imagination Soup
"Perhaps there is no simple, easy way to educate children about the Holocaust. Yet [this] new extraordinary work in the form of a nonfiction graphic novel for children is a valiant attempt to do just that. These testimonials... serve as a reminder never to allow such a tragedy to happen again." -- Booktrib
"A dramatic and memorable story...These individual stories can help kids understand the true impact of childhood separations from their families, the chilling prospect of never seeing your family members again and can help engage them in discussions about current events on immigration in our country today." -- Youth Services Book Review
"Nothing short of miraculous...never pushing past what a young reader can bear." -- Booklist