Memories in Focus

Memories in Focus vividly retells Pinchas's struggle to stay alive under the cruellest of circumstances and the luck and moments of kindness that enabled him to survive.

To Look a Nazi in the Eye

The true story of nineteen-year-old Jordana Lebowitz’s time in Germany, where she went to witness the trial of Oskar Groening, known as the bookkeeper of Auschwitz, a man charged with being complicit in the death of more than 300,000 Jews.

Subject to Change

In this novel for teens, fifteen-year-old Declan struggles to make sense of his older brother's delinquency, his father's sexuality and his feelings for a girl who is way out of his league.

The Ship to Nowhere

Rachel and her family, along with thousands of other Jewish refugees after the Holocaust, board the Exodus—a ship bound for Palestine—on a journey that they hope will bring them to safety and a new home.

Passover

Enlivened by personal stories, Passover illuminates and celebrates how ancient Jewish traditions are kept alive in the modern world in this work of nonfiction for middle readers.

The Newspaper Pirates

Illustrated By: Ketch Wehr

Anthony Bartholomew is on a mission to find the “newspaper pirates” who have been stealing his father’s newspaper from outside their apartment door. Along the way he discovers just how fierce he can be.

44 Hours or Strike!

During the Toronto Dressmakers’ Strike of 1931, young Jewish sisters Sophie and Rose must stand together in their fight for better working conditions, decent wages, and for their union – the ILGWU. Faced with unexpected – and sometimes violent – barriers, they quickly find that a strike is more than just a march.