• September 20, 2018
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“This is a very good (and very important) book about a girl…who lost everything to war and had to start anew in America as a refugee in the 1940s, and her return to the land she once loved…I highly recommend this book for school libraries, public libraries, Holocaust Studies classrooms and resource rooms, and for personal collections. The issue of memory is a powerful one in Holocaust Studies and this book provides important insight into the way Holocaust survivors and the descendants of perpetrators and bystanders feel about remembering such a horrible era even today.”

Shannon Delany, award-winning author, educator, and a speaker 

Nonfiction Book Review: Stumbling on History