Rebekkah's Journey: A World War II Refugee Story (Tales of Young Americans) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-06-15 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings

" Picture book with poignant pictures by Joel Iskowitz. Gentle story of Rebekkah's journey to America and her first weeks in an old Army camp in Oswego, New York. Gradually things get better and better until finally Rebekkah is allowed to go to school with the other children. " said.

"Ms. Burg presents a very touching and inspirational story about a young girl and her mother during a very difficult time in history. Her beautiful words are further enhanced by the striking illustrations - a perfect pairing of author and illustrator.

A must read for adults and children alike.
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"The illustrations and text treat this sad but uplifitng story with great tact and artistry. I recommend this book for children who need to learn about the realitiy of the Holocaust, but also need to know that good people can help to prevent atrocities. This book, and all of Ann Burg's books, are on my 'to buy' list!

Lawrence Besserman
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