I wrote Tutti’s Promise with middle-grade and high school students in mind. This book is a about the Holocaust as seen through the eyes of my mother. Although it is published as fiction, the events in the book are true. This is just one book and I know it won’t change the world, but it might teach your children a little about acceptance of ‘other’ people and why that is so important. It might give you a glimpse into Fascism and what can happen under an autocratic government. And it might inspire you and your children to take that extra step to make your own promises to do better. Please consider reading Tutti’s Promise together as a family. I promise that it will lead to some great discussions.


Suggested Book for Middle School Readers

Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia

“Thank you very much for talking with our Hebrew school classes, both presentations were amazing. I really appreciated how well you could read your audience. Who would have thought that the younger class would be so full of questions.”

Elyse Holsberg — Congregation Shir Shalom