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The Girl Who Survived

Carol Bierman

The Girl Who Survived

Carol Bierman, adjunct faculty, English

cbierman@sunyrockland.edu, 845-354-2873

Intended Audience: professionals, students, children to seniors

Abstract: The talk, based on Bierman’s book,The Girl Who Survived (Scholastic Inc.), is the touching yet harrowing story of Bronia, a 12-year-old girl who survived Auschwitz Concentration Camp during WWII. It is a firsthand account of the horrors of this period written as an introduction to the Holocaust for children.

About the Speaker: Carol Bierman, adjunct faculty, English, is an author who teaches History of the Holocaust at RCC. A gifted story teller, Bierman has spoken on a variety of subjects to audiences of all ages throughout the United States. Her books are stories from the heart, allowing her audiences to connect easily with the information. Her first book, Journey to Ellis Island (Hyperion/Madison Press Books), is about how her father came to America. Her second book, The Girl Who Survived (Scholastic Inc.), is the touching yet harrowing story of Bronia, a 12-year-old girl who survived Auschwitz Concentration Camp during WWII. Bierman earned a BA in Psychology from Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY; and an MEd in Special Education, Blind & Visually Impaired from University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

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