Rose Blanche: Based on the Original Idea of Roberto Innocenti

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Creative Education, 1985 - Children - 32 pages
Creative Editions is an award-winning collection of books recognized around the world for their excellence in writing, illustration, photography, and design. This 48-title collection includes everything from such classic stories as Nutcracker to delightful new tales such as Winnie Mae and Amorak. Enchanting, exquisite, and entertaining, each and every one of these books will be a prized possession for readers of all ages.

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I enjoyed this book very much. I love history and learning about the Holocaust is one of my favorite things to learn about. This book is a great way for a child to have a grasp of what it was like in ... Read full review

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User Review  - jcarroll12 - LibraryThing

A beautiful addition to any Holocaust addition. I enjoyed seeing the perspective a German girl and her compassionate attempts to help concentration camp prisoners. The dramatic ending demonstrates the horror of war yet also indicates that one small kindness can help beauty to have a rebirth. Read full review

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About the author (1985)

Italian Roberto Innocenti taught himself the craft of illustration as a young man and has since become one of the world's most recognizable children's book illustrators. His work has garnered wide critical acclaim and such honors as the Bratislava Golden Apple Award and a 2004 nomination for the Hans Christian Andersen Award.

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