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June 23, 2006


Thank you for posting this. That's a wonderful book, sad and beautiful; I still remember seeing it as a kid.

There's a really good kids' book about the woman largely responsible for giving the children of Terezin the chance to create art out of their lives and memories: "Fireflies in the Dark, the Story of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis and the Children of Terezin," by Susan Goldman Rubin.

Many thanks. I couldn't bear to put this book into storage, as dog-earred and yellowed as its become.

Thanks for mentioning the teacher too. I couldn't find her name in the pages and pages of itty-bitty end notes, but then I didn't have my glasses on.

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Anne Boles Levy

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