Ten-year-old Sorale discovers a tiny heart-shaped book among her mother’s belongings. Its pages are shaped like four-petaled flowers, upon which are written words in languages Sorale does not understand. Who wrote these words? Where did the heart come from? Why has her mother never mentioned this tiny book before? Fania’s Heart reveals the story of the crafting of the heart, against all odds, within the confines of Auschwitz, and of the women of immeasurable resilience, courage and loyalty who risked their lives for Sorale’s mother, their friend.
Anne Renaud has a penchant for stories that have a historical slant, writing about topics from Pier 21 to the Empress of Ireland to the Holocaust. Anne lives in Westmount, Quebec. For more information, visit www.annerenaud.net.
Richard Rudnicki is an award-winning picture-book illustrator and author. He gives illustrated talks at schools and conferences, and lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. For more information, visit www.richardrudnicki.com.
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