Why is Great-Grandma So Sad?


Purchase of this book supports the Survivors in Israel


Great-Grandma cover (Small)Why is Great-Grandma So Sad?

Discovering the Holocaust Through the Eyes of a Child

by Susan Heagy

Sarah, at the age of seven, does not understand the extreme sadness her great grandmother portrays, prompting her to ask her mother the question, “Why is Great Grandma so sad?” Her mother decides it is time to relate the Holocaust experience of Great Grandma Hannah beginning at the same age as Sarah.

This story gives an account of a family experiencing the onset of WWII, ghetto life, being sent to a concentration camp and the unusual circumstances surrounding their struggle to survive. Through the dialog Sarah comes to have a new view of her great grandmother, Hannah, as a child.  Hannah, through necessity, grows up all too quickly. Throughout this dialog Sarah learns along with the child Hannah about a time in history no one should ever forget. It is the hope of the author that those reading this book will also learn the truth of that time and not allow the voices of those who experienced it to be silenced.

Order today on Amazon & receive it before Christmas (or the end of Hanukkah)

What better gift to give than the gift of Life- continuing to remember the Survivors and their history?

For Only a Limited Time:  Receive A Personalized Letter from the author to give with this book, as a download to print.

To receive your personalized letter, after purchasing “Why is Great-Grandma So Sad?” on Amazon, Book or Kindle, write to Susan at yattirpublishing@gmail.com   Write “Personal Letter” in the subject line & susan will contact you concerning the name for your letter.

This offer also applies to all book sales prior to this newsletter.  This offer is good through December 31, 2015.

Remember, your purchase supports the Holocaust Survivor work in Israel.  Thank you!



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