Heather Morris concludes The Tattooist of Auschwitz series with another shocking and inspiring novel, Three Sisters.
Fabulous! The Paris Dressmaker was an elegant and captivating novel about the horrors, risks, and hardships Parisians faced in the City of Love during the Nazi occupation. Taking readers into the worlds of espionage, couture, art, and everyday life, the story takes us on an epic journey, introducing us to courageous people who didn’t allow the threat of the Nazi’s brutality prevent them from doing what was right!
We often read about people’s grueling survival or perilous journeys through war zones, immersing ourselves into a world of dirt and darkness, but what about the light and hope that remained within so many?
A hidden gem in a sea of countless publications, The Boy on the Wooden Box, is a memoir about Leon Leyson, the youngest to be included on Schindler’s List.
What really happened in the children’s block of Hitler’s death camp? Did books really save Dita? Dita Kraus shares the truth in an exclusive interview!
Milkweed is honestly a masterpiece, for lack of a better word, and I was sad when each chapter came to an end! The story highlights the innocence of a child and proves that hatred is taught.
The sequel to The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Cilka’s Journey travels to the cold and treacherous land of Siberia where Cilka’s fight for survival continues.
Margaret McMullen was looking for a story; but after visiting Yad Vashem during her trip to Israel in 2008, she found more than her next book, she found her family!
Loyalties are tested, sacrifices are made, survival is adamant, and love proves to be powerful in The Nightingale!