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Resisting the Nazis
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Resisting the Nazis

The year is 1939. Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, has invaded Poland. The world is about to enter into the biggest and most terrible war in history. But from the depths of despair rose some very courageous, selfless individuals, such as Sophie Scholl, Violette Szabo and Raymond Aubrac, who risked their lives for the sakes of others in need, often for no gain and with no recognition. Here are some of their incredible stories…

Reading LevelGrades 4-6
Interest LevelGrades 4-6
Lexile Level1020L
ATOS Level7
AR Points1
AR Quiz #175490
Text TypeInformational Text
Page Dimensions5 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Page Count48
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $33.32 School/Library Price

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Jewish Book Council Review - Michal Hoschander Malen

"...when educating children, it is developmentally vital to present them with pieces of this history that they can digest and comprehend without causing them damage, pieces that are presented in a developmentally appropriate way and which pave the way for a positive learning experience. These books, part of Capstone's Heroes of World War II series, do an excellent job of this by presenting historical role models who stand up against the prevailing evil." - Jewish Book Council Review

July 11, 2016

Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews - Fred Isaac, Temple Sinai, Oakland, CA

"In both volumes the profiles are very short, but they flesh out the lives of both well-known people and less-famous heroes. The books are filled with topically appropriate photographs." - Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews

February 1, 2016