A Survivor's Tale
From Library Staff
Spiegelman's Pulitzer Prize-winning book about the Holocaust has the Jews drawn as mice and the Nazis as cats. One of the pioneering graphic narratives, it is still one of the best.
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rmpenn1976 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 13
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The settting of this story was rught around the Holocast times Spiegelman is the son who wanted to interview his father about his experiences in the concentration camps in Germany ,in addition to him losimng his mother who commited suidiv. I would not reccommend this story for our younger readers because it is a graphic comic strip and the subject matter may be too strong for younger childrem .