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  • Item #: 056877
    ISBN: 9781615383375
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  • Item #: 056878
    ISBN: 9781615383351
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  • Item #: 056879
    ISBN: 9781615383368
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  • Item #: 060824
    ISBN: 9780451533906
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  • Item #: 011984
    ISBN: 9780553256697
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    A family sympathetic to the Jews does what it can to help during Hitler's reign of terror. The famous testimony of the faith of Corrie Ten Boom and her sister as they endure the cruelty and hardships of living in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II.

  • Item #: 039676
    ISBN: 9780531217641
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  • Item #: 007328
    ISBN: 9781482432763
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  • Item #: 257261
    ISBN: 9781591668534
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    Nathan is the son of a temple moneychanger, and he knows that only Jews are allowed into the temple's inner court. Any Gentile found in the temple is killed, yet Nathan chooses to lead a young Gentile who is seeking God into the temple. From that moment, a long chain of events ensues and intertwines with the Biblical accounts found in Acts 6 and 7 that leaves Nathan to struggle with his Jewish heritage and the words spoken by those who are followers of Jesus. Pb, 98 pgs. – elise

  • Item #: 031229
    ISBN: 9780890843796
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    Set in Poland during World War II, this book portrays the courage and hope of a young boy persecuted because of his Jewish heritage (though not a Jew), and separated from his father. It is also a story about the coming of age of a young man as he faces dangers and struggles for survival in his war-torn country. My girls all really enjoyed this inspiring tale of a young person with courage, conviction, and faith.

  • Item #: 026270
    ISBN: 9780794505998
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    Though not as dramatic as some, these stories are filled with heroism and excitement. The stories cover both fronts of the war, the Atlantic and the Pacific. Snipers against snipers, battling to outwit one another. The German battleship Bismarck against an entire British armada. A business man on a quest to save Hungarian Jews from extinction. All of these tales and more in this 169-page book. ~ Mark

  • Item #: 200329
    ISBN: 9781591660125
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    Number three in the Young Refugee Series, this adventurous book by Ed Dunlop tells the fictionalized story of 14-year-old Hans and his younger sister as they trust in the Lord during a dangerous time. They help a Swedish diplomat, Raoul Wallenberg, save Jews from the Nazis in Budapest during the closing days of WWII. A tribute to Wallenberg, this book shows that one person can make a difference. 176 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 034121
    ISBN: 9780689832369
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    This gripping account of the holocaust is told from two perspectives - that of Helen Waterford, a German Jew; and Alfons Heck, a member of the Hitler Youth. Although very close in age and proximity, their heritages gave them vastly different experiences during World War II. Placing their remarkable stories side by side offers a radical testimony of life under Hitler's rule.

  • Item #: 011349
    ISBN: 9781883937966
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    Experience Nehemiah's return to Jerusalem through the eyes of his nephew Bani. Nehemiah leaves Persia with King Artaxerxes's blessing to return to the ruins of Jerusalem, but in an empire riddled with political intrigue, this journey is far from easy. Full of confrontation and daring risks, this 200 page, paperback novel by Frieda Clark Hyman dramatically portrays the turning-point in history where hope for the Jews is re-established in the Promised Land.

  • Item #: 020244
    ISBN: 9780764167584
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      How do you take an event as tragic as the Holocaust and introduce it to a young reader? In this book, it is done through many quotes from Jewish adults recalling their childhood memories. They remember changes in how they were treated by their teachers, stereotypes that were being posted as anti-Semitic propaganda, and friends who left the area if their families could afford it. Those who could not endured many challenges. Jewish children separated from their families and given shelter by non-Jewish people, or hidden in plain sight as a Catholic or Protestant. Some boys were even disguised as girls. There are many photos included, but it is filtered for the young reader as the text and photos were carefully chosen. The book ends on a hopeful note with children being fed and tended to after the end of the war. There were many who were heroes to these children, and by focusing on this, I feel, this book makes the heavy content digestible to the reader. ~Sara Hc, 64pp, 7x9.5”,

  • Item #: 065417
    ISBN: 9781930749245
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    Written by a Jewish Christian, Zola Levitt, this booklet provides perspective and explanation on the symbols and steps of Passover. In addition, the Jewish perspective clarifies Gentile interpretations of Communion and Easter. Relaying the components of the Passover meal as his father had directed it, Levitt evenly discusses the first Passover (from Exodus) and modern celebrations and how these point to our Savior Jesus as the Passover lamb. While helping us connect with our Jewish neighbors, this booklet will expand and clarify our understanding of a key event in biblical history and the Christian faith. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 041740
    ISBN: 9781599153315
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    Weaving Old Testament stories with verifiable historical writings from Josephus and others, H.A. Guerber gives us an engaging narrative of Jewish history. Beginning with the days of creation and concluding with the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD, this thorough historical account makes a perfect read aloud to teach children the beauty of the God's story as detailed in the Old Testament. Interestingly in the preface, the author defines her purpose as familiarizing all children-whether Jewish, Protestant, Roman Catholic or Freethinker Heritage--with Old Testament stories so they can better understand the allusions which appear in juvenile literature, as well as appreciate historically significant works of art. An excellent introduction to ancient history to supplement your history curriculum or a delightful living book to accomplish a Charlotte Mason education. Unabridged reproduction from Yesterday's Classics. SC. 278 pg. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 065755
    ISBN: 9781616255176
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  • Item #: 046518
    ISBN: 9780486467665
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    In sixteenth-century Prague, a young serf, Tomas, steals a chicken from his master's kitchen to feed his starving family. Caught, the Christian Tomas is sentenced to servitude in the Jewish ghetto. Tomas is terrified of working for the Jews, whom he has been taught to hate and fear from an early age. Fortunately, he soon realizes that the Jewish people are human beings just like himself, and he discovers greater friendship and kindness than he has ever known. Simple black and white illustrations appear throughout the story. By Sulamith Ish-Kishor. Illust. by Ben Shahn. 92 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 049317
    ISBN: 9780595380473
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    Taken as a slave to work in a monastery in Brazil, Isobel Ben Lazar is a young girl who yearns for freedom from the oppression. Finally, she is able to make a break for it and secretly boards a ship for Amsterdam in 1654. However, instead of being reunited with her family in Europe, her boat lands in New Amsterdam. Through these events, she is part of the first group of Jews to arrive in the New World, pioneering the wave of Jewish immigrants who will eventually travel the oceans to find freedom in America. The story is set during the Portuguese Inquisition and takes readers from Brazil to the Colonies during an extensive voyage over the seas. 200 pgs, pb. – John

  • Item #: 044964
    ISBN: 9780878135950
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    Can you imagine how confusing it would have been for Jews to discern who Jesus was? There was Jesus performing miracles and fulfilling prophecies, but the religious leaders who have directed your life say that Jesus is a traitor. It couldn't have been easy, especially for people who never met him. Eli, a young Jewish man has never seen Jesus, but he hears many, many stories. Just when Eli thinks there may be something special about Jesus, he learns of his death and supposed resurrection. Torn between those who follow Jesus and others who hate him, Eli must search his heart and decide for himself who Jesus is. By Rebecca Martin, 198 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 065754
    ISBN: 9781616255169
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  • Item #: 028061
    ISBN: 9780882709635
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    Subtitled Biblical History for the Busy Christian, this 156 page book, written by John Shahan, MD, a practicing radiologist who also spends considerable time as a medical missionary in Central America, is not able to deliver fully on the title's promise. It took a lot more than one hour to get through the book as there's just too much material to cover, even condensed as it is. Aside from that, it does cover all the major events of the Old Testament from a historical perspective, acknowledging that the earliest part of the Bible has no other recorded documentation to substantiate it and is accepted on faith by Jews and Christians.

    The first four chapters cover the Old Testament, followed by a chapter covering the Greek and Roman historical influence, especially the major Greek philosophers and the military expansion of the Roman Empire. An epilogue and appendices round out the book. Though obviously not a theologian, Dr. Shahan does manage to go somewhat under the surface of the stories in an attempt to tie this ancient lore to present day points of view. ~ Tom

  • Item #: 028081
    ISBN: 9780374500016
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    In this powerful memoir, Elie Wiesel tells the story of his teenage years as a Jewish boy in Transylvania in the 1940s. With straightforward explanation of events and his own thoughts, Wiesel shares how restrictions against Jews slowly increased, how his family and friends were moved to a ghetto, how he was separated from his mother and sister and never saw them again, how he watched his father slowly change and die, and how he endured the horrors of Auschwitz. The explanations aren't terribly graphic, but you do get a realistic picture of the atrocities that were committed. Though the memoir itself has been around for more than forty years, this is a new translation by his wife, Marion Wiesel, who corrects some details and more accurately renders his testimony in English. Also includes a new preface and a copy of Wiesel's Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. 120 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 068753
    ISBN: 9781618430403
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     Adapted and abridged by James Stuart Bell, Jr., this modern version of a classic novel tells the fictional tale of a proud Jew living in the first-century who becomes obsessed with bitterness and revenge against the Romans who are persecuting his people. As Judah Ben Hur struggles against his enemies in his own strength, he finds no ultimate peace and satisfaction. It is not until this man has a confrontation with Christ, and learns the power of mercy and forgiveness, that he then discovers true peace and redemption. Little wonder why this novel has become a beloved story and genuine classic. Readers won’t find any illustrations in this abridged novel, but who needs illustrations if the story is as good as this? 516 pgs, pb. ~ Mike

  • Item #: 014457
    ISBN: 9780521629539
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    Almost everyone knows that Jews and Arabs in the Middle East do not get along. This enlightening book shows the history and politics between the two peoples that is the cause of this unrest. Written by Tony McAleavy, the book is broken into two sections, the first highlighting the emergence of the Jewish state and showing where conflict originated, and the second describing important aspects of the conflict since 1967. The conflict today is summarized, and the Jews relationship to Palestine (from Biblical to modern times) is covered. The rise of Zionism, Hitler's effect on the situation, wars between the groups, peace agreements, the involvement of other nations, and so much more is covered. The coverage is mostly unbiased, with a slight sympathy for the Jews' position coming through occasionally. Background briefings are given, along with maps and plenty of photographs so readers will understand this long-standing clash. Text is formatted in double columns, with plenty of pictures on each page to illustrate the topic. Discussion questions are asked after each section, making sure readers get the main points of the information. Harder activity questions are also included occasionally, prompting readers to really dissect the information to gain a deeper understanding of the conflict. The book is straightforward and simple enough for younger students to comprehend the reasons behind the conflict, but also gives adults insights into the history and politics. 64 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 029163
    ISBN: 9780395925034
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    When Adolf Hitler wrote his now-famous (or infamous?) work, most of the world did not give it much notice, or take his ideas very seriously. This was in the mid 1920's, while he became chairman of the relatively small German Worker's Party (later the Nazi party). At that point in time, nobody would have guessed that this man would be leader of a powerful country. He wrote his 694-page tome both to express his unsavory ideals and to remake himself, though writing, into the "savior" of Germany that he was coming to believe that he was. The book contained an autobiography of his life, an analysis of World War I, a critique of Marxism, his ideas on Aryan supremacy, a critique of Communism, and his hatred of Jews. If World War II and the Holocaust had never happened, we might look at his hefty but badly-written work filled with illogical arguments, rambling attempts to hide uneducated thought, sudden outbursts of angry speech, and deliberate attempts to "rewrite" the past as humorous. However, somehow this crazed megalomaniac was able to bring himself to power and put into action his vague, in-concrete ideals in a series of unthinkable atrocities that still haunt us today. Today, this book is valuable for remembrance of that time, to give us a unique perspective on what life was like in World War II - era Germany, and to help us remember the value of keeping alert for people like Hitler, who may seem harmless but could represent untold danger to the world. A Well Trained Mind recommended resource. - Jess