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Janusz Korczak :The Man Who Knew How to Love Children: The Educational Philosophy & Life of the Great Teacher Told By his Admiring Student - A Child Holocaust Survivor by [Belfer, Itzchak]

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Janusz Korczak was a hero of my childhood, his educational way so true and correct that I swallowed the book eagerly. The story of Isaac is human and written in a simple but touching way. The book has many exciting stories, such as the one about how Korczak recognized successful painter Itzchak Belfer's artistic talent when he was very young, and how an orphan child was empowered and given his own space to grow. I think that many teachers could learn from the charming stories in this book.
Ze'ev Shmuel

As a lawyer I was fascinated by the story of the children's independent justice system, how children judge their friends responsibly and simply, as if that is how it should be. I recommend that every teacher, parent, and other human being savor this delightful book. Yitzhak was saved, and because of that, we can learn about Janusz Korczak's magical orphanage and his special educational method of granting rights to children, of course, after they fulfilled their obligations.
Hannah Furer

The rights of the child is Janusz Korczak! In this special book there are so many stories that show us that "children are adults with short legs," as Korczak said. A unique book. Small, with lots of power.
Keren Zaharoni

A children's book with a great deal of power. An adult book with much that is childlike. Lovely to me. Eloquent, clear, simple writing. Important materials that can be passed on to children with enjoyable ease. Not a normal book at all, but when I read it to my seven-year-old twins, I saw their eyes sparkle with interest that I had not seen for a long time. Recommend, recommend!
Yehuda Barabi

From the Author

"In the Garden of Eden of his childhood," the first seeds of Janusz Korczak's legacy sprouted. Seven-year-old Isaac received unconditional love from Dr. Korczak and Stefa Wilczynska, and we are trying to preserve and give this to children and adults through our books.
Anyone who knows Korczak's great educational heritage can understand that in each of our books, love and respect for the child are embedded. The educator who marched to death with his students and refused to abandon them will be remembered in our hearts through his detailed and wonderful books, all of which are connected to the child's right to respect. "It is not enough to love children, we have to give them the same rights and rules that are binding for adults." (Janusz Korczak)
In the books that we have published (for young children as well as for youth and adults), we talk about Korczak's educational approach, the orphanage that he ran with the full participation of the children, the independent government, the court, and the parliament. 
Itzchak tells of his life at home, his integration into independent life, the discovery of his talent for painting, and many more heart-warming stories.
Yanuka Publishing is proud and excited to publish the story of Itzchak Belfer, who is one of the last three orphans to win the attention of Janusz Korczak, and who survived to tell the tale. The book is the story of an amazing person who influenced Belfer's life and the lives of other Jewish children, orphans who lived a wonderful life in the orphanage, a life based on love and equal rights for everyone. We decided that we wanted every child of any age to know Janusz Korczak's story, not only as a man who went to die with his children, but because of his special educational methods. The book tells real stories from the orphanage, stories of love, warmth, and equality.

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  • File Size: 8339 KB
  • Print Length: 41 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1986835448
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 31, 2018
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07BVFDK2P
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,314 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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