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The Album: Shadows of Memory
by Lissa Streusand, Edith Hamer, Sam Rubin, Chaja Verveer, Celina Fein, Riki Roussos, Pauline Rubin and Hania Lewkowitz

The Album: Shadows of Memory is a collection of writings by eight Houston-area Holocaust survivors who spent 10 months in creative writing classes with a professional instructor to learn how to explore and document some of the inner-most feelings associated with their Holocaust experiences. Throughout its pages, the survivors examine some of the most sensitive places of their souls to record their thoughts for future generations.

Price: $14.95
Tattered Letters, Shattered Dreams
by Ellen Trachtenberg

Tattered Letters, Shattered Dreams provides a rare glimpse into the lives of one family - that of Leona Zagraniczna Trachtenberg - and how it dealt with the devastation of being separated during World War II.  Written from 1938 to 1941, the personal letters to Leona from her mother and sisters tell more than the story of a family broken apart, but also of a family struggling to live, to reunite, to support each other and to keep hope and courage alive inside the Warsaw Ghetto.

Price: $14.99
Ten Years: Remembrance.Education.Hope
by Holocaust Museum Houston

Ten Years: Remembrance.Education.Hope is an elegant, eloquent hardcover book about one of Houston's most important cultural and educational institutions. Lavishly illustrated and handsomely designed, this new book is published in celebration of Holocaust Museum Houston's 10th anniversary. Ten Years walks readers through this dynamic museum and presents more than 75 compelling narratives from Holocaust survivors who have made their homes in the Houston area.

Price: $59.95

Plowing Stones: Poems of the Holocaust

by Saul Balagura

Artist and poet Saul Balagura expresses his continued search for humanity through this collection of 59 poems inspired by the courage and spirit of Holocaust survivors. This 116-page soft-cover booklet includes images from his "Holocaust Series" collection of paintings. Available in English and Spanish.

Price: $14.95
All But My Life
by Gerda Weissmann Klein

A classic of Holocaust literature, Gerda Weissmann Klein's memoir tells the moving story of a young woman's three frightful years as a slave laborer in a Nazi camp and her miraculous liberation.

Price: $12.00
Alicia: My Story
by Alicia Appleman-Jurman

A powerful and impressive memoir by a courageous young girl who rescued other Jews from the Nazis.

Price: $6.99
The Devil's Arithmetic
by Jane Yolen

Winner of the National Jewish Book Award, this novel is a moving account that stresses the importance of remembrance.

Price: $5.99
The Diary of a Young Girl
by Anne Frank

The definitive edition of the famous diary, edited by Otto H. Frank and Mirjam Pressler and including previously unpublished material.

Price: $27.50
I Never Saw Another Butterfly
by Various

The expanded edition of the famous compilation of children's drawings and poems from the Terezin Concentration Camp, 1942-1944.

Price: $17.50
by Elie Wiesel

A terrifying account of the horrors of Nazi concentration camps that turns a young Jewish boy into an agonized witness to the death of his family...the death of his innocence...and the death of his God.

Price: $5.99
Number the Stars
by Lois Lowry

Winner of the John Newbery Medal, this novel is a riveting tale that sheds light on the Danish rescue of its Jewish population from the Holocaust.

Price: $5.99
Questionable Issue: Currency of the Holocaust
by Steven Feller, PhD

The groundbreaking book on the little-known subject of scrip in the Nazi concentration and ghetto system during World War II.

Price: $18.00
Survival in Auschwitz
by Primo Levi

The classic account of Levi's ten months in the German death camp.  Remarkable for its simplicity, restraint, compassion, and even wit, Survival in Auschwitz remains a lasting testament to the indestructibility of the human spirit.

Price: $12.00
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