Looking at the cover, a reader would instantly think it was designed for a younger audience.
Hans the Hausmeister made sure he had a warm, cozy bed to cuddle up in at night and some "fresh milk" to soothe his tummy.
I am a Holocaust literature reader and this book is perfect for children and even adults like me.
I had to read this for my adolescent literature class. I it is a wonderful book.Published 1 month ago by Melissa Shirley
My nine-year-old daughter and I read this book tonight, and I thought it apt since January 27th marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Z Hayes
I bought it for my 12 year old grandson and I think it was a start for him to (gently) understanding the Holocaust!Published 12 months ago by Jimmy L. Johnson
I used this book to discuss the holocaust and make text to world connection in my 6th grade social studies classroom.Published 20 months ago by Audrey Edwards
A must introduction for the younger child to what happenned during Kristallnacht so that events like it can be prevented in the future.Published 20 months ago by Skipper
What a wonderful picture book Meg Wiviott has created! This story is of a terrible event in the world's history, but Wiviott's narrative (as told through the eyes of Benno, the... Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by K. N. Tipper
It would have been hard for me to even imagine this book could be written, but it is brilliant. I just saw it today at a book fair and will definately buy it. Read morePublished on November 18, 2010 by ProudBookWorm