Leah Kaufman was nine years old when the Romanian Jews were driven on a death march to Transnistria, a frigid area with hardly any food, shelter, or human decency. Somehow, she lived and lived with her Judaism intact! As a young orphan, all alone, she remained faithful to her parents' faith in Hashem and love of Judaism. This is a gripping and uplifting story, a story that makes us marvel at the greatness of the Jewish spirit that enabled a young girl all alone in the world to persevere and triumph, a story told by a woman who later traveled the world speaking of Jewish greatness and spiritual heroism in the darkest hours of the Shoah.
||Leah Kaufman,Sheina Medwed
||6" x 9"
||Artscroll Mesorah Publications