Anne Frank’s Diary: The Graphic Adaptation
A graphic version of Anne Frank’s story told with deep honesty and reflection that might not be familiar to readers of the diary.
Between Shades of Gray
A harrowing account of life in Stalin’s labor camps.
Daughter of War
Two teenagers survive the Armenian genocide in Turkey but when separated, they are desperate to be reunited.
In this graphic book, Marianne’s life, as a young Jewish girl begins to crumble when the Nazis destroy her neighbourhood and her family.
A biographical account of a Czech girl who died in the Holocaust. The story is interwoven with the story of a Japanese curator who learned about Hana’s life after her suitcase was sent to her.
A graphic book in which a grandmother tells her story how, as a young Jewish girl in Paris, she was hidden away from the Nazis.
A story of Nazi-occupied Warsaw told through the eyes of a young Holocaust orphan.
Number the Stars
German troops camping to ‘relocate’ all the Jews of Denmark. One girl’s family take in her best friend and try to conceal her.
The Boy In The Striped Pajamas
Bruno and his family leave Berlin to take up residence near the concentration camp where his father has just become a commandant.
The Diary Of A Young Girl
The classic diary providing a recount of Anne Frank and her family who, as Jews, were hidden in an attic in Amsterdam.
The Magician of Auschwitz
The story of a friendship that unfolds in the face of the atrocities committed during the Holocaust.
Two brave sisters whose promise to their parents that they would always stay together, helped them to survive Auschwitz.
The Secret of Gabi’s Dresser
Gabi, a young Jewish girl, recounts her experiences on a family farm, before and during, the Nazi occupation.
We Are Their Voice: Young People Respond to the Holocaust
Child-authored stories are testimonies to the skill of each author to place himself or herself in the minds of Holocaust survivors.
What the Night Sings
An illustrated novel about a teen Holocaust survivor.