The Children We Remember

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Harper Collins, Feb 19, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages

Through moving photographs from the Yad Vashem Archives in Jerusalem, Israel, archivist Chana Byers Abells has created an unforgettable essay about the children who lived and died during the Holocaust. While it is a story of death and loss, it is also a story of courage and endurance, a story to be shared with today's children.


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User Review  - SamanthaMulkey - LibraryThing

This book was very sad, and it made the story of the holocaust even more real, if possible. It was nice to put faces to all of the stories heard about this time in history. Read full review

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User Review  - HolocaustMuseum - LibraryThing

"This book is dedicated to the children whose lives ended during the Holocaust and to the photographers, known and unknown, who risked their lives to record their story." Book Dedication These are compelling photos who tell the story of the Holocaust's impact on the children. Read full review

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