A Lucky Child Reviews
"Buergenthal's authentic, moving tale reveals that his lifelong commitment to human rights sprang from the ashes of Auschwitz." - Publishers Weekly.
"The author's story is astonishing and moving, and his capacity for forgiveness is remarkably heartening. An important new voice joins the chorus of survivors." - Kirkus Reviews.
"Starred Review. Buergenthal regards the Holocaust as a moral compass for his life's path as a judge on the International Criminal Court in The Hague." - Library Journal.
"[A] powerful choice for teens looking for a mentor through emotional and political challenges of their own." - School Library Journal
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