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ISBN:1896764851
Author: Kathy Kacer
ISBN13: 978-1896764856
Title: The Underground Reporters (Holocaust Remembrance Series)
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Language: English
Category: Education and Reference
Publisher: Second Story Press; 1st edition (January 1, 2003)
Pages: 168

The Underground Reporters (Holocaust Remembrance Series) by Kathy Kacer



Series: Holocaust Remembrance Series (Book 5). Paperback: 168 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1896764856. Product Dimensions: 9 x . x . inches. Start reading The Underground Reporters on your Kindle in under a minute.

The Underground Reporters documents a period in history that should never be forgotten. Part of "The Holocaust Remembrance Series for Young Readers," it tells the story of young children in a poignant, tangible style that will keep readers turning pages, hoping against hope that the ending will be happy. Sprinkled with the optimistic drawings, photographs and writings, the samples from Klepy show off the talent, inventiveness, and sense of fun of the contributors. It joins the many valuable contributions to the body of literature for children on this topic. The Underground Reporters can also be an inspiration for children about how the human spirit can triumph over adversity. Harriet Zaidman is a teacher-librarian in Winnipeg, MB.

The Underground Reporters book. The Underground Reporters chronicles how these youth held out hope for a peaceful world to come. Her parents were both survivors of the Holocaust. Her mother survived the war in hiding; her father was a survivor of the concentration camps. Their stories of survival were an inspiration to Kathy as she was growing up. As an adult, she was determined to write their stories and pass them on to young readers. She went on to write more than twenty books, all focused on the Holocaust.

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Series: Holocaust Remembrance. LibraryThing members' description. No descriptions found. Library descriptions. Recounts the story of a group of Jewish children growing up in the Czech town of Budejovice during World War II, who founded a newspaper to document their concerns and the problems they encountered as conditions began to grow worse. see all 2 descriptions.

The Underground Reporters : A True Story. Part of the Holocaust Rememberance Series). In Budejovice, a quiet village in the Czech republic, laws and rules were introduced to restrict the freedom of Jewish people during the dark days of World War II. In a small shack on the small plot of land allocated to the village's Jewish youth, some brave young people decided to create a newspaper to show that despite the new dangers in their lives, they were still creative, energetic and adventurous.

The Underground Reporters chronicles the lives of the young people who contributed to the newspaper. The story is full of adventure, mystery and excitement. With drawings, poems, stories and jokes, The Underground Reporters looks at life with as much optimism as possible, providing hope for a peaceful world to come. The underground reporters. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus.

Underground Reporters Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. The Underground Reporters (Holocaust Remembrance Series for Young Readers). Paperback in English. Find a Physical Copy via WorldCat.

Kathy Kacer is a published author of children's books and young adult books.

In Budejovice, a quiet village in the Czech republic, laws and rules were introduced to restrict the freedom of Jewish people during the dark days of World War II. In a small shack on the small plot of land allocated to the village's Jewish youth, some brave young people decided to create a newspaper to show that despite the new dangers in their lives, they were still creative, energetic and adventurous. Though most of the village's Jews did not survive the war, copies of the newspaper did. The Underground Reporters chronicles how these youth held out hope for a peaceful world to come.