World Holocaust Remembrance

Romanian Says "Never Forget the Anne Franks of WWII" When Sergiu Troaca from Romania was a high school foreign exchange student to America in 2008, the history buff was placed with the Bowen family in Illinois. Host Mom Deb Bowen had created a book series asking students to write and illustrate children's books about those who survived WWII. Deb was a member of the Holocaust Board of Education and Sergiu met her friend and colleague Ida Kramer, a local Holocaust historian. He loved to discuss the war with her. That spring, the speaker at the Holocaust Remembrance was Eva Schloss from London. She's a Jewish survivor whose mother married Otto Frank after the war. Both Anne's and Eva's parents

Happy New Year!

BIG NEWS: We now have over 40 A BOOK by ME titles available on Amazon. Click here to visit our store and see what the kids have done. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season! As we enter into the new year 2017, I am reflecting on the honor I had working with students on amazing stories in 2016. A WWII veteran named Al Taylor from Davenport, Iowa was an eyewitness to Pearl Harbor. This young man worked triage and never forgot the horrors he saw 75 years ago on December 7, 1941. The One in Charge is available on Amazon. Henry Langrehr of Clinton, Iowa was a paratrooper who crashed through the glass roof of a greenhouse. He was taken as a POW and became an eyewitness to the horrors of

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