Attn: @ALALibrary - Americans and the Holocaust:

A Traveling Exhibition for Libraries examines the motives, pressures and fears that shaped Americans’ responses to Nazism, war and genocide in Europe during the 1930s and 1940s.

Librarians: Please consider adding My Sister’s Eyes, the story of Yvonne Krakowiak, one innocent casualty of those American fears to your collection.

Available through: @FolletLearning, Kobo and Amazon Kindle

Dr. Michael Berenbaum: My Sister’s Eyes is a charming work written with precision and passion. Follow the Krakowiak family from their prosperous life in Poland through the Nazi onslaught - their rescue by the Portuguese Consul Aristides de Sousa Mendes - and their tragic loss…"

“A thoroughly researched and intensely moving remembrance.”
Kirkus Reviews: My Sister’s Eyes: A Family Chronicle of Rescue and Loss During World War II

Yvonne Memorial photo

Yvonne’s Memorial photo (b. June 1, 1938, Lodz, Poland - d. June 4, 1942, Gibraltar Camp, Kingston, Jamaica, BWI)