HOLOCAUST CLASSROOM LIBRARY
Teenage Experiences in Nazi Europe
6 paperbacks, guide
The books describe such experiences as the underground, survival of young people in the country, the hiding of Jewish children in Christian homes, escape from Europe, friendship between Jewish and Christian children, and dealing with memories of unspeakable cruelties. A teacher’s guide suggests ways in which the classroom library can be used in a variety of fields: history, literature, language arts, political science, psychology, and sociology. The guide also furnishes discussion questions, suggested units, and a reproducible worksheet with ideas for student projects. Alternate titles may be substituted when regular titles are unavailable.
- Daniel’s Story
- Twenty and Ten
- The Upstairs Room
- Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl