This thought-provoking book uses evocative photographs, maps and easy-to-follow text to tell the story of this dark event to young readers in a clear and sensitive way. It explores the complex reasons for the Holocaust, what life was like in the ghettos and concentration camps, the aftermath and the founding of the state of Israel. Accounts from survivors and incredible stories of heroism and survival make it a compelling read for a new generation who are keen to learn about this dark period in human history.
Philip Steele is a renowned children's author based in North Wales. He has written over 70 popular, illustrated history books for publishers such as Dorling Kindersley, Kingfisher and National Geographic.You will find his titles in homes, schools and libraries around the world.