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The experience of immigration, starting life in a new country, brings many challenges....... More

From the ADL- Anti Defamation League: This lesson increases student awareness about the physical and symbolic barriers that create divides between immigrants and native born residents of the U....... More

From the ADL- Anti Defamation League: This lesson helps students to build empathy and understanding for the experiences of immigrants in the U....... 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

A letter inviting Sara's mother and grandmother to come from Poland to America and mentioning a mysterious photograph arouses Sara's curiosity and leads her to discover a family secret. More

Despite being small and frail, Sadie Rose is strong in other ways....... More

In 1897 a young man named Solomon fell in love with and married a beautiful young woman named Anna....... More

Young Fivel and his family endure hunger, cold, fear and poverty in a Polish shtetl while waiting to hear from his father in America. Once in America, Fivel must adjust to Minnesota and learn to appreciate his past. More

Told in the duel voices of Raizel and Lemmel in alternating chapters and scenarios, Tal crafts a realistic and poignant picture of an immigrant family's struggles in the early 20th century in this sequel to Double Crossing (2005). More

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