[showads ad=MREC]A RECENT statement from a leading Melbourne-based Jewish group that said homophobia was unacceptable has been hailed as a turning point for the Victorian Jewish community’s relationship with its
Moshe Fiszman, 92, spent the Second World War in a series of Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz-Birkenau and Dachau. He was the only member of his family to survive. He has strong opinions on the proposed changes to race laws.
In 2013, on her fifth attempt and at age 64, endurence swimmer Diana Nyad emerged on the shores of Key West, Florida after swimming 110 miles from Havana, Cuba in 53 hours. It was the first time a person ever accomplished the passage without a shark cage or flippers. Nyad had attempted the journey four times before, first in 1978, and is a walking--well, swimming--example of the importance of being resilient enough to never give up, no matter what age.
The series "Through My Eyes invites young readers to enter the fragile worlds of children living in contemporary war zones. Every day in an increasing number of countries, children are desperately trying to survive as their families and their whole way of life is destroyed by war. This new series is a tribute to such children and the themes of courage, determination, triumph and perseverance will inspire, challenge and engage young readers, creating greater cross cultural understanding and informed empathy.
Several stories set in the World Wars have been written for younger readers but very little has been published about more contemporary conflicts and those within Asian settings. War affects the old and the young, the rich and the poor, the boy or girl and these stories will appeal to all readers." (www.throughmyeyesbooks.com.au)
These guides support use of each Through My Eyes book in Years 5-8 classrooms. The comprehensive guides, linked to the Australian curriculum, feature rich links to web pages and digital content, so are best viewed online, but may be printed.
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