Requiem: Poems of the Terezin Ghetto
By Paul B. JaneczkoCandlewick Press, 2011. 102 pgs. Poetry
Summary and Review:This is a collection of brief poems that describes how the Nazis herded Jews into the Terezin ghetto before shipping them off to the death camps. The poems show the view point of the Jews, as well as the SS guards and the non-Jewish people who were removed from their homes in order to build the ghetto. It’s a slim collection of poems, but it’s definitely moving, showing lost love, broken lives, and more.