Part one of two.
Art Spiegelman interviewed his father, Vladek, a Holocaust survivor. Vladek's story is told in comic book format, with the Jews as mice and the Nazis as cats.
The graphic novel approach brings a new perspective to this moving memoir. I especially liked the way that Vladek's Holocaust memories were interwoven with the present relationship between the father and son. Not only do we get a glimpse of the horrors of the Holocaust, but we also see the profound and long-lasting effects on the survivors and the generations that followed.
A MUST-READ (don't forget part two)!
Last Post by Me - Greetings and salutations~ Today is my final day as a virtual YA librarian for the Framingham Public Library, and so I thought I'd write just a few words of...
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