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Categories:  Make Peace , State of Israel 
grades:  High School (9-12) 

This honest yet hopeful story about the relationship between an Israeli girl and a Palestinian boy via e-mail and instant messaging conveys the confusion, anger, exhaustion, and depression felt by many young people during the 2003 Intifada More

Categories:  Holocaust 
grades:  High School (9-12) 

The situation in the Netherlands during World War II is explored in these graphic novels....... More

Stephie and Ellie Steiner are sent from Vienna to Sweden to escape the Nazi threat, and must adjust to life on a small island off the mainland....... More

Young Lionel loves to draw, a hobby not much appreciated by his immigrant parents. When his teacher sees his drawings, she arranges to take him, by trolley, to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. More

Categories:  Forgive 

In 1730, Molly is a ten-year-old orphan who is convicted of pick-pocketing in London and deported to America....... More

Very loosely based on the life of Marc Chagall, this highly fictionalized, light-hearted biography focuses on the beginning of the artist's experience with drawing. More

Russo relates the experiences of her own family, and how love helped them survive the Holocaust. More

Utilizing primary sources such as newpaper articles, photographs and excerpts from letters, the author recounts the story of Leo Frank, who was unjustly accused and tried for the murder of thirteen-year-old Mary Phagan in 1913 Atlanta, and was ultimately lynched....... More

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