Underground Reporters Kathy Kacer

ISBN: 9781926739748

Published: January 1st 2004


168 pages


Underground Reporters  by  Kathy Kacer

Underground Reporters by Kathy Kacer
January 1st 2004 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 168 pages | ISBN: 9781926739748 | 4.35 Mb

I wasnt expecting this to be one of my favorites of my tour through illustrated J/YA Holocaust books, but it was. A compelling story about a group of Jewish kids in WWII Budejovice who, despite their struggles as their parents were forced out of work and subjected to smaller quarters and draconian regulations, built community with an underground newspaper that circulated among the whole Jewish population, kids and adults, and talked about light and serious issues right up until Thereseienstadt. Ends a weeper (as one might expect) but still hopeful about the human spirit.

The miraculous preservation of the issues of Klepy offer an unusual kind of survival story - not just the story of the survival of individuals, but the survival of a community spirit and the children who perished but live on through the work they did on Klepy. Perfect tone for YA.

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