The lessons of the Holocaust are never more relevant than today. When I set out to write my grandmother’s story, it was with the intention of teaching future generations a message of tolerance and empathy for others. I am honored to be part of the Speaker’s Bureau at the Holocaust and Humanity Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. As part of this program, I speak to the community about not only my family's experience, but also how we can learn from the past. I am happy to use What She Lost as a tool to speak to individual classes, schools, libraries, or any other venue to promote these lessons. I am able to tailor my presentation to fit your needs, and am happy to speak about the writing process as well. If you are an educator and are interested in arranging an appearance, please fill out the neighboring form and I will respond shortly.
Suggested reading level: 8th and up
Downloadable Teacher's Guide below
Writing prompts and critical thinking exercises available
Ideal for history, social studies, language arts, current events, and creative writing curriculums