Analysis Of Picture Books In The Science Curriculum By Robert Fisch

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This story could also lead to further discussions about how the responsibilities of young people have changed as this story shows a young boy taking on the sole responsibility of taking care of the farm while his parents are away. Another title, that could stimulate discussion while teaching a unit on the Holocaust, would be Light from the Yellow Star: A Lesson of Love from the Holocaust by Robert Fisch. This title could be shared to promote discussions on the tragedies of the Holocaust as revealed in the powerful excerpts and illustrations of a Holocaust survivor as he witnessed and endured the travesty of life in a Nazi concentration camp.

Picture Books in the Science Curriculum
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