“I've Never Heard A World War II Rescue Story Quite Like This One.”   —Barbara Wind @HolocaustGrMW @jfedgmw

My Sister Eyes: 
A Family Chronicle of Rescue and Loss During World War II

“There are few books of Holocaust testimony that include pictures of families who lived through those times … for ages 12 to 16.”
          - Jewish Book Council          
“Profusely illustrated and specifically written for young readers…”  
          - Midwest Book Review

“My Sister’s Eyes is a charming work written with precision and passion. It tells the story of the Krakowiak family from their prosperous life in Poland and Belgium through the Nazi onslaught and their perilous flight to freedom.  The story unfolds so graciously that one does not quite realize its power as we experience the world before in its elegance, the descent into hell, the struggle to find a way out of Europe … The brevity of the work intensifies the depth of the journey, the words that are written and what cannot be written.”  
—Dr. Michael Berenbaum Director Sigi Ziering Institute, American Jewish University

Publication Date: April 24, 2017  Trade Paperback - 94 pages – color ISBN: 978-0-692-84489-2

 Barbara Wind, Director of the Holocaust Council of Greater Metrowest, Whippany, NJ

Barbara Wind, Director of the Holocaust Council of Greater Metrowest, Whippany, NJ