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lyn Hirsh in an exuberant manner. Klagsbrun explains what the
stories meant to her as a child and expects that K’tonton will have a
new generation o f admirers.
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Lilianas journal: Warsaw 1 9 3 9 -1 9 4 5 .
Illus.
with photos. New York, Dial, 162 p. (12 and up)
A Polish girl o f 17 manages to elude death after she escapes from
the Ghetto before it is torched. Fear, horror and hopelessness are
recorded matter-of-factly. A personal narrative with little insight.
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Shabbat can be.
Illus. by
Yuri Salzman. New York, Union o f American Hebrew Congrega­
tions, 1979. unp. (4-8)
The qualities o f Shabbat are translated into words and images a
child can grasp: the mystique o f candle-lighting, the love communi­
cated by a parent’s blessing, and the comfort and closeness o f the
rituals. Enhanced by Salzman’s rich watercolors.