Quand la peluche s’en mêle – après la guerre, une nouvelle vie

Title in English Enter the teddy bear – after war comes new life


Year of publication 2021
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source L'oiseau bleu Revue internationale du conte et de la littérature de jeunesse
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Web https://revueloiseaubleu.fr/
Keywords Todd Hasak-Lowy ; Michael Gruenbaum ; Tomi Ungerer ; Second world war ; literature for children and youth; toys
Description The research concerning the youth literature is carried out besides in analysis of the impact of the different subjects to the young reader. The center of interest of this contribution is the analysis of two stories that describe the lives of children during the war. The story of Tomi Ungerer's Otto (1999) tells the story of Jewish and German children and is intended for very small readers. While Something There Is Still A Sun: A Memoir of the Holocaust (2017) by children's author Todd Hasak-Lowy and Michael Gruenbaum, a child whose fluff has saved their lives teenager public and tells a real story of a Czech Jewish boy living his childhood in a concentration camp. The two books are about making the young people understand the atrocity of war and the impact that such an event has on people's lives.

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