The Librarian of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe


At fourteen years old, Dita is trying to adjust to life in Auschwitz as a Nazi prisoner when she’s approached by Fredy Hirsch. He is in possession of eight books, smuggled into the camp. To have them is illegal, and he wants Dita to be in charge of taking care of them. It puts her […]

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Elie Wiesel -Always Remember


Wiesel’s book, Night, is one that I believe everyone should read. I will never forget the work he did to make sure that the Holocaust was not forgotten, or his work to spread peace and hope. He will be missed.

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A Rabbi Looks at the Last Days by Jonathan Bernis


     While most books about the last days focus on the Rapture of the church and the Tribulation period, Rabbi Jonathan Bernis focuses his attention on signs we can see now that point to the last days, as well as things that need to happen for Jesus to return. Bernis suggests that Israel lay at the […]

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Night by Elie Wiesel


     The picture to the left is the cover of a 3-in-1 collection of Elie Wiesel’s Night Trilogy. Night, the first of the trilogy, is a memoir. Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor, tells of his time at Auschwitz. From his home, to the ghetto, to the camps and the separation of his family… he and his […]

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Monday Mashup 5/2/11


Did you know there are at least 10 ways journaling can make you a better writer? Does Christianity really have its own set of urban legends? Lastly, Elie Wiesel recently did a video for AOL… You’ve Got Elie Wiesel. It’s short, but wonderful. This man really does inspire me.

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