Thursday, August 02, 2007
YELLOW STAR by Jennifer Roy, read by Christina Moore
This powerful work relates the story of Syvia Perlmutter, one of only 12 Jewish children to survive the Lodz ghetto in Poland during WWII. The author, Syvia’s niece, wrote the story in a poetic first-person narrative that begins in the late thirties and concludes when the ghetto is liberated. Christina Moore’s performance captures the terror, bewilderment, and deprivation experienced by Syvia and thousands of others.
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