CO-AUTHOR ANNE FRANK BEYOND THE DIARY
"With its combination of family photographs (many reproduced here for the first time), biographical sketches of Anne Frank and the others in the "Secret Annex,'' and brief essays identifying specific stages of the Holocaust, this astonishing book moves past symbolism to disentangle the real Anne Frank from mythography. (...) A superb exploration of the particular and the universal meanings of a seminal work." PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY
Winner of the Christopher Award, ALA Notable Book, A YALSA Best Book for Young Adults, Mildred L. Batchelder Honor Book, German State Prize for Youth Literature.
The Second World War in 100 Objects was a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition made possible through the cooperation of twenty-five Dutch war and Resistance museums. The museums involved in this unique collaboration provided exceptional objects from their collections, which were being presented together for the first time at one location.
The exhibition attracted more than 100,000 visitors in three months.
CONSULTANT CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF INDIANAPOLIS
The Power of Children: Making a Difference is a permanent exhibition at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis that focuses on the life story of three children who had suffered hardship borne of prejudice . The exhibit has received critical acclaim among Museology professionals and an American Association for State and Local History Award of Merit.
Oscar winning documentary Anne Frank Remembered combining personal testimony, never-before-seen photos, previously undiscovered family letters, rare archive footage (including the only known moving footage of Anne herself) with evocative contemporary film, this haunting film was hailed as a masterpiece in the British and American press when it was released.