Yona Zeldis McDonough
Sometimes the price of being saved is much higher than we could ever expect or know and Jewish children hidden during the Holocaust found that out the hard way. The… Read more »
A comic strip about going into hiding during the Holocaust: Miriam Katin’s We Are On Our Own.
Anne Burt talks to Lilith about her debut novel, The Dig, and her character’s struggle to reconcile her own ambitions while remaining loyal to her beloved, idealistic brother.
Author Meryl Ain talks to Lilith about twins, bloodlines, and Jewish identity in her post-Holocaust novel, “Shadows We Carry.”
“It was not done in my parents’ household.”
Anita Abriel, the author of novels set during World War II, on why she endows her young protagonists with such courage and grit.
A Novel About a Jewish female doctor. In the Middle Ages.
Race in the United States is most certainly real. But just because something is constructed to be a social reality, does not mean it is true or based on facts and science.
A Q&A with Roxane Van Iperen, who realized her house in the woods was once a refuge for Jewish children.
I love showing a roadmap to forgiveness in the book. In a story that shares more than enough examples of how life can be horribly unfair and sad, I want kids to see examples of how things can go well or be done helpfully. How things can go right.