We Are Their Voice: Young People Respond to the Holocaust by Kathy KacerWe Are Their Voice: Young People Respond to the Holocaust by Kathy Kacer

We Are Their Voice: Young People Respond to the Holocaust

byKathy Kacer

Perfect | September 14, 2012

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Do young people today find meaning in the Holocaust? That’s the question that prompted a writing project across North America, Italy, and Australia asking young people to share their ideas about this time in history. Some students wrote short stories. Some discussed the impact of books they had read and wrote about the messages that they understood from these books. Several interviewed survivors and recorded their impressions. Many talked about how they have tried to make sense of this history in the world in which they now live. Others created works of art. Children wrote from their hearts with sensitivity, thoughtfulness, and great insight. Their teachers saw this opportunity as a gift, and it proves to all that young people can make a meaningful connection to the Holocaust. Their contributions give hope for a more peaceful and tolerant future.
Kathy Kacer travels widely talking about the importance of remembering the Holocaust and how to talk about it with young people. She has written many award-winning books in the Holocaust Remembrance Series and her books are being sold in more than 20 countries. She embarked on this project with educators Karen Krasny, Alan Gotlib, Susa...
Title:We Are Their Voice: Young People Respond to the HolocaustFormat:PerfectDimensions:160 pages, 8 × 6.56 × 0.62 inPublished:September 14, 2012Publisher:Second Story PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1926920775

ISBN - 13:9781926920771


Editorial Reviews

These students' reactions help to make this piece of history come alive for young readers. Their interpretations may help other middle school students clarify their own understanding of the Holocaust, with the hope that history might never repeat itself. - Marge McCormick - The Fall Book Review - 20131114