Elie Wiesel:

Surviving the Holocaust, Speaking Out Against Genocide

By Lisa Moore ’77 (Enslow Publishers)


As part of the Holocaust Heroes and Nazi Criminals series, this biography introduces younger readers to Wiesel as an Austrian boy, survivor of the Holocaust, storyteller and activist.

A timeline, chapter notes, glossary and index help the young reader navigate through the book. Short sidebar pages offer such additional information as mini-biographies of Adolf Hitler, Josef Mengele and Francois Mauriac, as well as Wiesel’s acceptance speech on receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986. Several black-and-white photos accompany the text.

(September 2007)