"Hana's Suitcase"-Book Study 4 Kids

Hana's Suitcase
Hana's Suitcase
In 2000, an empty suitcase arrives at a newly created Holocaust Museum in Tokyo, Japan.  The suitcase belonged to Hana Brady, a 13-year old Jewish orphan.  The curator, Fumiko Ishioka, and children visiting the museum were full of questions.  Who was Hana Brady?  Where did she come from? How did she become an orphan?  What happened to her? 

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Come join us on a journey full of mystery and memories, which come to life through the perspectives of Fumiko, Hana and later Hana's brother, George who is alive and living in Canada.  Photographs, film and an original musical composition (created by the instructor) enhances this extraordinary story that bridges cultures, generations and time.  

Book Study | Ages 10-11
Hana’s Suitcase,  A true story by Karen Levine

Thursdays: 3:45 – 4:45 pm (4 weeks)                                              January   16, 23, 30  Feb 6


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