Students have changed my mother. At school speeches, they have listened to her story of fleeing Nazi Germany at 12 all by herself. They have asked her tough questions: What did you do? Why do you blame yourself? How could you think your parents didn’t love you? They have born witness and have helped her …
Is It Night Or Day?
Presentation at Deerfield High School. Students read IS IT NIGHT OR DAY? and we discussed how the book resonates with today’s issues — restrictive immigration, unaccompanied minors, and anti-Semitism. Thanks to English teacher Stephanie Martin for organizing the event.
Scholastic is offering $4 copies of IS IT NIGHT OR DAY? in the October YA Teens newsletter! It’s listed under “Want To Know More About WWII?” https://clubs.scholastic.com/…/dw87071abd/categories/4_2/4_…
Wednesday, August 19, 2015 8-10 a.m. A one-hour radio interview on WGTB Morning Show with Greg Berg. He interviews FSC about all three of her books. The show will be archived at this link: http://www.wgtd.org/Morning_Show.asp
After decades of silence about her family history, Edith, at 90, tells her story at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center of coming to America alone as a 12-year-old girl. This year, she decided to become a docent at the Skokie, IL museum.