Remember Me
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Surviving Hitler : A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps
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AGE
Children's - Grade 4-6, Age 9-11 
READABILITY
6.1 
PAGES
146 p.  
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ISBN 9780060007676
Publisher Summary
Provides the story of the Holocaust survivor who at fifteen was placed in a Nazi concentration camp and was forced to overcome intolerable conditions in order to not become a victim of Hitler's Final Solution.

The life-changing story of a young boy’s struggle for survival in a Nazi-run concentration camp. Narrated in the voice of Holocaust survivor Jack Mandelbaum, this harrowing true story includes black-and-white photos from the archives of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

When twelve-year-old Jack Mandelbaum is separated from his family and shipped off to the Blechhammer concentration camp, his life becomes a never-ending nightmare. With minimal food to eat and harsh living conditions threatening his health, Jack manages to survive by thinking of his family.

In this Robert F. Silbert Honor book, readers will glimpse the dark reality of life during the Holocaust, and how one boy made it out alive.
  • William Allen White Award Winner
  • Robert F. Silbert Honor
  • ALA Notable Children’s Book
  • VOYA Nonfiction Honor Book
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