I highly recommend this book for any library and it is a must have for Language Arts and History teachers.
Through this book one can get a glimpse of what the children of the Holocaust felt... It touched my heart and I will never forget the children.
This collection of artwork and poems by the children confined to Terezin Concentration Camp is beautiful and thoughtful.
A wonderfully tragic collection of art from thousands of children in a German concentration camp. Few survived but they left a sad trail of poems and drawings depicting their... Read morePublished 2 months ago by F. Goodale
Amazing story, this is an excellent book that everyone should have on their "books to read before they die list." This is a book that will never leave your conscious.Published 6 months ago by Donna
I read this book conjunction with The Girls of Room 28, which documents the lives of some of the children at Theresienstadt. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J Martin Jellinek
Each year we are require to teach the history of the Holocaust. This year "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" was suggested at our training program. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Margaret J. Faulk