Describes the popular children's authors' childhoods and early life together, their travels and marriage in
Brazil, and their dramatic escape from World War II-torn Europe on bicycles.
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Recounts the story of Liesl Joseph, a 10-year-olf girl aboard the ill-fated MS St. Louis. On May 13, 1939, together with her parents and 937 nearly 1,000 Jewish refugees, they left Hamburg on the German luxury ocean liner, attempting to seek temporary asylum in Cuba.
A woman recalls how she was thrown from death camp train, raised by someone who risked her own life to save the baby's, finally finding some peace through her own family. There is a teacher resource for this book. Look in the Teacher Resources tab.
A brief biography of the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize, who having survived the Holocaust, dedicated his life to speaking and writing about these terrible events so that they would not be forgotten.