Tapestry of Hope: Holocaust Writing for Young People
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The story of how ten thousand children at risk were saved by the Kindertransport. In its graphic novel incarnation, the story retains this familiarity and welcomes a new crop of readers. When her mother dies three days after Eddie is born, 12 year old Millie must take care of her father and young brothers.
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Who is the strange woman who appears in the small Ontario town? Why is she so interested in the baby? Will Millie manage to keep her promise to her Mother to hold the family together? Twelve year old orphans, William and Lillie meet onboard ship bound for Canada and the promise of a better life.
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They, and many of the , Home children shipped from Britain between to endured unimaginable hardships. What is their connection to Katie, living with her own problems in the present day? A list of plays by Irene N.
Excerpts by Canadian writers include: Survivor statements introduce each section which reflects on Hiding, Selection, Ghetto, Exile and Resistance. Maps, a Time line and further reading are included. The final book in the Trilogy about the Kindertransport reunites Marianne and Sophie, separated since their arrival in Britain. Set in the aftermath of the Second World War , the children of the Kindertransport find out what happened to their families during six years of war. Sophie must adjust to who she is and where she belongs. The companion book to Good-bye Marianne; eleven year old Marianne Kohn has left Germany and arrived in England, one of ten thousand children who managed to escape Hitler.
She knows no one, does not speak English and is homesick for her parents, not knowing when she will see them again. The outbreak of war leaves her even more alone. Like other Jewish students she is expelled from school, her father is on the run from the Gestapo, and she and her family are rejected by friends and neighbours.
They must make a heartbreaking decision.
Tapestry of Hope: Holocaust Writing for Young People by Lillian Boraks-Nemetz
The story of Purim told in three time frames: A Grandmother tells her granddaughter about hearing the Purim story as a child, in nazi occupied Vienna. The rabbi is interrupted in his retelling of Queen Esther by a group of soldiers arriving to arrest him. They remain, held spellbound by the story; miraculously they allow the rabbi and the children to leave in safety. The illustrations are outstanding in conveying mood and setting…jewel tones resembling tapestries used to tell the tale of Queen Esther.
Books See my publisher's websites: It is December, 2, , the first Kindertransport arrives in England from Berlin. On board the Rescue train are over two hundred children at risk from the Nazis. Eleven year old Marianne Kohn is amongst them. It is twenty four hours since she said good-bye to her mother, she does not know if she will ever see her again. Her snobbish English foster mother, is unsympathetic to the young foreigner. She must cope with new problems both in and out of school.
However her hope and resilience is finally rewarded. Then as today the refugee experience takes its toll on those who flee their homes because of persecution. Shoemaker, Tradewind Books, October Munsch at Play, Plays by Irene N. Shoemaker, Tundra Books For ages 9 and older The year old legend seen through the eyes of nine year old Jacob. Illustration by Kathryn E.