The following PJ Our Way titles deal with anti-Semitism and discrimination head-on:
by Amy Fellner Dominy
While PJ Library does not send books about the Holocaust, we have compiled a list of high-quality children's books that address the subject in an age-appropriate fashion. View the list here.
As PJ Our Way is geared towards older children, ages 9-11, some of the selections do involve storylines and themes associated with the Holocaust. For older children, ready for the material, we recommend the title, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr. You can learn more about individual titles on the PJ Our Way Parent's Blog.
4 Steps for Talking to Kids About the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shootings via kveller.com
5 Tips for Talking to Children About What Happened in Pittsburgh via ADL
Confronting Anti-Semitism: If I Don't Respond, Who Will? via Interfaithfamily.com
Our Kids and Anti-Semitism via St. Louis Jewish Light
Discrimination: What it is, and How to Cope via The American Psychological Association
Why I'm Teaching My Kids That Anti-Semitism is Not the New Normal via kveller.com
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October 30, 2018