Kristallnacht: The Nazi Terror That Began the Holocaust
About the Book
Illustrated in color and black-and-white with over 45 photographs, many of them rare. For ages 12 to adult. Published by Enslow.
Includes classroom activities linking to Reading/Language Arts, Social Studies, and the Arts for students studying Kristallnacht, The Nazi Terror That Began the Holocaust
Booklist: "...these accounts ... are tightly edited, drawing on the memories of victims, perpetrators, and witnesses who were at the Night of Broken Glass in 1938"
"In the very early morning hours of November 10, 1938, twelve-year-old Francis Schott and his sister were asleep in their family’s apartment in Solingen, Germany. Suddenly, they were awakened by the sound of their front door splintering into pieces...."
James M Deem visits schools and libraries to speak about his experiences researching and writing Kristallnacht: The Nazi Terror That Began the Holocaust
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