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Tapestry of hope : Holocaust writing for young people

Author: Lillian Boraks-Nemetz; Irene N Watts
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Tundra Books ; Plattsburgh, NY : Tundra Books of Northern New York, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Tapestry of Hope is an extraordinary anthology of writing about the Holocaust for young people. Irene N. Watts and Lillian Boraks-Nemetz have gathered well-known published writing and new first-person accounts, to reveal the heartbreak, courage, and hope that define one of history's darkest hours. The editors present writing about hiding from the Nazis, life in the ghetto, resistance, the camps, escape, survival,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Personal narratives
Juvenile literature
Personal narratives Juvenile literature
Anthologies
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lillian Boraks-Nemetz; Irene N Watts
ISBN: 0887766382 9780887766381
OCLC Number: 59224195
Description: xv, 237 p. : map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Hiding --
Survivor statemen: Louise Stein Sorensen --
Tell no one who you are : The Hidden childhood of Regine Miller /by Walter Buchignami --
Hidden children: The forgotten survivors of the Holocaust / by Andre' Korn --
Hide me, Bubba Chaye / bu Rachel Korn --
Child of the Holocaust / by Jack Kuper --
The secret of Gabi's dresser / by Kathy Kacer / Loss and exile --
Survivor story: I chose / by Marion Kaufmann Cassirer --
Survivor statement: Margot Howell / Survivor story: In a time of terror: When will mother return / by Rene' Goldman --
Remember me / by Irene N. Watts --
Survivor story: / The toy stream engine / by Serge (Wajnryb) Vanry --
Survivor story: Auschwitz / by Leo Lowy --
Holding him / by Deborah Schmitzer --
None is too many / by Jason Sherman --
Hana's suitcase: a true story / by Karen Levine --
Ghetto / Survivor statement: Ruth Kron Sigal / The old brown suitecase: A teenager's story of war and peace / by Lillian Boraks-Nemetz --
Children of night / by Emamuel Gabriel --
In Flames / Survivors statement: Malka Pischanitskaya / Romeo and Juliet in Suczorno / by Martha Blum --
The ghost town of Kazimierz / by Lillian Boraks-Nemetz --
The camps --
Survivor story: Buchenwald / by Robbie Waisman --
Mass graves / by Sarah Klassen --
The county of birches / by Judith Kalman --
All there is to know about Adolph Eichmann / by Leonard Cohen --
Survivor Statement: Peter Suedfelf --
Survivor statement: Bente Nathan Thomsen --
Lisa / by Carol Matas --
My canary yellow star / by Eva Wiseman --
A time to choose / by Martha Attema --
Indenty --
Family secrets --
Survivor statements: Alex Buckman / Mariette Rozen Doduck --
Letter from Vienna / by Claudia Cornwall --
Goodbye Marianne / by Irene Watts --
On saint Katerines's day / by Lili Berger --
Shh / by Deborah Schnitxer --
"The Holocaust and after" --
Survivors statement: Celina Kolin Lieberman / Survivor Staqtement: Rita Smilovici Akselrod --
The Holocaust and after / by Mordecai Richler --
Alien / by Kenneth Sherman --
Assignment: Anne Frank / by Ellen Schwarts --
I sat in Loews theatre staring at the movie screen / by Jean Little --
Hall of rembrance / by Leo Vogel.
Responsibility: compiled by Lilian Boraks-Nemetz & Irene N. Watts.
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Tapestry of Hope is an extraordinary anthology of writing about the Holocaust for young people. Irene N. Watts and Lillian Boraks-Nemetz have gathered well-known published writing and new first-person accounts, to reveal the heartbreak, courage, and hope that define one of history's darkest hours. The editors present writing about hiding from the Nazis, life in the ghetto, resistance, the camps, escape, survival, and life after the Holocaust. Selections include poetry, prose, and first-hand accounts such as Andre Stein's Hidden Children, Jack Kuper's Child of the Holocaust, Jason Shermon's A Blessing in Disguise, Kathy Kacer's Gaby's Dresser, Eva Wiseman's My Canary Yellow Star, Leonard Cohen's All There is to Know about Adolph Eichmann, Jean Little writing about Anne Frank, Karen Levine's Hannah's Suitcase, and many others. Offers poetry, drama, prose, and personal narratives addressing different aspects of the Holocaust, with topics ranging from the struggle to hide from the Nazis to life after the Holocaust.

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