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“ Short” here means incomplete, with practically no mention
o f Jews or gas chambers, no moral judgment, (ages 12-14)
W o l i t z e r , H i lm a .
Introducing Shirley Braverman.
New York, Farrar,
Straus and Giroux, 1975. 153 p.
A nostalgic story of 1940’s Brooklyn with peripheral Jewish
content, (ages 10-12)
W o o d fo r d , Peggy ,
Backwater war.
New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux,
1975. 213 p.
Wartime life for a seventeen-year-old girl and her family in the
Nazi-occupied Channel Islands. Marginal Jewish interest, (ages
12-14)
Z iem ian , Joseph .
The cigarette sellers of Three Crosses Square.
Trans,
from Polish by Janina David. Illus. with photos. Minneapolis,
Lerner Publications, 1975. 166 p.
A band of children and teenagers helped each other survive in
Nazi-occupied Poland. Photographs reinforce the stark and mov­
ing reality, (ages 14-16)
Zw er in , R aym ond
A.
For one another: Jewish organizations that help
us all.
Illus. by Martin Silverman. New York, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations; American Association for Jewish Educa­
tion, 1975. 175 p. Paperbound.
A textbook with case histories illustrating the many different
services provided by Jewish communal organizations, (ages 10-12)