El último viaje del doctor Korczak y sus hijos
Multiple Award-Winning Title
November 1940. A circus parade walks through the streets of Warsaw, waving a flag and singing. They are 160 Jewish children, forced by the Nazis to leave their beloved orphanage. It's a sad occasion, but led by Doctor Korczak, their inspirational director, the children are defiantly joyful. Their new home is in the ghetto, a prison for Jews. Two years later they board the train that will carry them away to the death camps. Offered his freedom, Doctor Korczak refuses to abandon the children and proudly joins them on their last journey. This profoundly moving illustrated book is based on the true story of the celebrated Polish educator, writer, and doctor Janusz Korczak. His works inspired the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, which was adopted by the UN in 1959. With mood-setting artwork and lyrical text, this book allows young readers to meet the remarkable man whose humanity and bravery still stand as a glimmer of light in one of history's darkest periods.
- National Parenting Publications Award, Bronze
- Sydney Taylor Book Award, Notable Book
- USBBY’s Honor List of Outstanding International Books
- Independent Publishers Book Award, Gold
- El último viaje del doctor Korczak y sus hijos
- Mister Doctor: Janusz Korczak and the Orphans of the Warsaw Ghetto
- Irène Cohen-Janca
- Maurizio A. C. Quarello
- 18.95 $
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- 64 pgs.