Michael Korenblit - History - 2000 - 310 pages
The story of the author's mother and father and the unimaginable things that happened to them as Jews during World War II.
Ann Charney - Fiction - 2008 - 314 pages
It's Montreal, 1953, and eight-year-old Ellen, an only child prone to daydreaming, is living with her widowed Polish mother, a Marxist bookkeeper who maintains an optimistic ...
Arnold Geier - History - 1998 - 280 pages
Tells the stories of twenty-eight individuals, who, at great risk to themselves, helped Jews escape persecution and death at the hands of Nazi soldiers
Michel Tremblay - Fiction - 1981 - 204 pages
Tells the story of three pregnant sisters--Rose, Violette, and Mauve--who reflect on their lives, and the lives of their neighbors on Fabre Street in Montreal
Miriam Winter - History - 1997 - 217 pages
"Maria Orlowski's TRAINS is a splendidly written & very important book. I can think of very few other memoirs that so vividly describe the complexity of a child's survival ...
Michel Basilières - Fiction - 2004 - 311 pages
The story of the family Desouche, three generations of English- and French-Canadians caught in the gears of a national crisis.
Irene Eber - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 229 pages
A holocaust survivor's story of survival, renewal, and self-acceptance describes her experiences in wartime Mielec, the constant fear endured by the Jewish community, the 1942 ...