Kathy Kacer

Kathy Kacer has won many awards for her books about the holocaust for young readers, including Hiding Edith, The Secret of Gabi’s Dresser, Clara’s War and The Underground Reporters. A former psychologist, Kathy tours North America speaking to young people about the importance of remembering the Holocaust. For more information, visit www.kathykacer.com.

Books by Kathy Kacer

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9781896764429
$8.95
The dual language edition, in Nishnaabemwin (Ojibwe) Nbisiing dialect and English, of the award-winning book I Am Not a Number. When eight-year-old Irene is removed from her First Nations family to live in a residential school she is confused, frightened, and homesick. She tries to remember who she is and where she came from.
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9781772600995
$14.95

From celebrated author Kathy Kacer comes the story of Irene, a young Jewish girl raised at the circus in Nazi Germany, who must perform the balancing act of her life to keep herself and her mother alive.

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9781772602517
$13.95
Intensively researched and sensitively written, this book, illustrated with photographs and maps, both comforts and challenges a young reader's spirit, skillfully addressing both the horrors and hope that children experienced during the Holocaust.
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9781897187067
$14.95
When eight-year-old Irene is removed from her First Nations family to live in a residential school she is confused, frightened, and homesick. She tries to remember who she is and where she came from. When she goes home for the summer, her parents decide never to send her and her brothers away again. But what will happen when they disobey the law?
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9781927583944
$19.95
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9781772600995
$14.95
The true story of a Jewish family who faced down Nazis, Communists, and corruption to recover four stolen paintings.
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9781897187753
$19.95
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9781926920818
$11.95
Shanghai, China is a strange place for a young Jewish girl from Vienna, but that is where Lily Toufar finds herself in 1938. She and her family are looking for safety after leaving their home in Europe, where Adolf Hitler and his Nazi party have made life unbearable for Jews.
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9781927583104
$14.95
In this YA novel, Sara arrives in Germany determined to explore her newly discovered Jewish heritage and solve the mystery of her parentage.
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9781459806597
$14.95
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9781459810914 DOWNLOAD HELP
$19.99
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9781459806610
$11.99
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9781459806603
$11.99
In 1943 Greece, young Tilde Cohen and her mother are Jewish and on the run from the Nazis. When they arrive unannounced on Princess Alice’s doorstep, begging her to shelter them, the Princess’s kindness is put to the test. Based on the true story.
Hardcover
9781772601022
$18.95
Set in Berlin, Germany in 1939 a Jewish girl and her blind father try to avoid arrest by the Nazis with the help of a real-life upstander, German businessman Otto Weidt.
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9781772601381
$10.95
A mysterious diary links two girls
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9781897187395
$14.95
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9781927583463
$18.95
Gabi and Max come out of hiding during WWII and become night spies.
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9781896764702
$8.95
A dresser becomes the perfect hiding place during WWII.
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9781896764153
$10.95
A set of linked YA novels about orphan girls uncovering the secrets of the families they have never known.
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9781459810846
$48.99
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9781459810822
$79.95
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9781459810839
$48.99
A group of young Jewish friends create a newspaper during WWII to keep their spirits and hopes alive.
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9781896764856
$17.95
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9781897187968
$14.95
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.
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9781772600407
$13.95

Desperate to escape joining the Hitler Youth, Paul stumbles across the Edelweiss Pirates, a secret German organization of teenage rebels leading a dangerous campaign of sabotage against the Nazis.

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9781772602050
$13.95
A collection of writing and art from young people who were invited to share what the Holocaust means to them. Their contributions reveal that they find meaningful lessons in the past, and give us hope for a more peaceful and tolerant future.
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9781926920771
$16.95