This is both engrossing and fun to read, but a book any reader will eagerly recommend to friends.
There is also a section which includes clear from "concentration camps" to "the fighting femmes of wartime comic books and their artists".
"Lily Renee, Escape Artist" is touching story about Lily Renee Wilheim's life during the Holocaust.
It was interesting to read and kept the interest of my students. I think it's a creative way to share historical information and facts by using comic book structure. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Terressa Campbell
This book was a great graphic novel an it even shows what some of yhe things hitler did durring the warPublished 12 months ago by the person who got this app
The art work is terrific. It tells the author's story in a easy to read format for preteens and up.Published 13 months ago by Linda
Here is the most wonderful historical depiction of someone before us and for us. She was such a strong figure and it is wonderful to read about her and relate to her via the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by P. L. Reese
Perfect for 5-8th graders and ESL students about the Holocaust. Teacher friendly. The comic book approach is great in this effort to reach students..Published 15 months ago by S. A. Levine
Excellent for adults and kids. I bought it for my daughter after I read it in the library. She likes itPublished 21 months ago by Shauna
"Who is Lily Renée, and why should we care?" I hear the average comic-shop denizen muttering. Read morePublished on April 3, 2012 by William H. Morgan
Where can you learn history? There are museums, books, documentaries, and tourist sites. To many kids, this is so boring. They might choose the opera over it. Read morePublished on December 1, 2011 by Rebecca Graf
This graphic biography not only tells a gritty, real-like survival story that girls can relate to, but tells it with clear, realistic illustrations. Read morePublished on November 19, 2011 by C. Langlois