Filled with heartbreakingly detailed memories, Boy from Buchenwald invites readers to vicariously experience Waisman’s own process of healing and moving on.
Browsing: World War 2
Saving Dr. Warren… A True Patriot by Jeffery J. McKenna is a historical-fiction novel rips through the pages of history!
This volume would make a great classroom aid, but Saving Dr. Warren … A True Patriot is also a riveting read for historical fiction enthusiasts.
Which five words best describe Bear and Fred: A World War II Story?
Iris Argaman: Home. Friendship. Journey. Thread. Loneliness.
Any child that loves a true story is bound to enjoy this first-ever biography of Michael Bond and how the iconic Paddington Bear came to be—highly recommended.
In our eighth installment of the “Learn to Draw on TCBR” series, Lindsay Ward, creator of Rosie: Stronger than Steel, teaches us how to draw Rosie— a brave tractor who farms for freedom.
In Spies, Lies, and Disguise, author Jennifer Swanson takes readers behind-the-scenes to explore some genuinely astonishing World War II exploits and accomplishments.
Risk takers and daring kids will undoubtedly be fascinated by the covert rules, elaborate plans, and brave deeds made by so many courageous men and women. Spies, Lies, and Disguise could be just the book to hook a reader into the history genre.
Hendrix pays full due to the intelligence of his audience, trusting them with the skill to interpret three-dimensional issues, and the result is a presentation of history that is vivid and engaging. A must for any history lover!
The volume focuses its exploration of the role of African-American women in the WWII military around the figure of Charity Adams and the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC).