On Children of War: Seeing the Impact of War on Youngsters
Author portrays two diverse tracks walked on by two boys carrying the same name during the Second World War.
“This book is both informative and inspiring. To follow the events of WWII in Europe from two such different experiences is an exciting and insightful revelation.”
Two Daniels, a work of fiction written by Judith M. Leftoff, holds an account of two homonymous boys with different fates in a time of war. One is an American boy who is fifteen years old and is enlisted for the US military training. The other is a five-year-old Jewish boy who finds home in a cave in France.
Since its launching in 2010, the book has received positive reviews from readers. One enthusiast from Amazon describes, “This book is both informative and inspiring. To follow the events of WWII in Europe from two such different experiences is an exciting and insightful revelation.”
Tail the paths of two juvenile characters during the historical world war. As Midwest Book Review puts it, “A riveting story of duality, Two Daniels is a fine read that should prove hard to put down.”
The book had been showcased to a worldwide audience during the Seoul International Book Fair in Seoul, South Korea, last June 15–19, 2016.
About the Author
Judith M. Leftoff holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Mount Union, a master of science from Cornell University, and a master of fine arts from Fort Hays State University. In addition, she has taken a writing course at Wichita State University. Leftoff has enjoyed teaching chemistry, physics, and studio art. Presently, she lives in Valley Center, Kansas.
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