Christopher Huh started writing Keeping My Hope when he was 13 years old. It took him about a year and half to complete the book. To write Keeping My Hope, Christopher spent over a thousand hours conducting research on WWII and the Holocaust by searching the Internet, checking out books from the library, visiting the Holocaust museum, and interviewing Holocaust survivors.
KEEPING MY HOPE is a 170 page historical fiction graphic novel. Ari is a teenager whose entire life is turned upside down by the horrors of the Holocaust. His family is torn apart and moved to Auschwitz, where the reader gains an inside look at what prisoners in concentration camps suffered. However, even with these atrocities, the power of friendship shines through and gives Ari hope to keep surviving through the darkest blizzards of terror. Informative yet touching, Keeping My Hope spreads the message of how powerfully racism and prejudice can affect those around us.
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Amazingly, today in the mail I received a personal letter from Elie Wiesel! I am so humbled that a man as great as him, who is an inspiration to so many took the time to write to me. I got so excited, I posted it on my facebook page.
|Keeping My Hope was nominated for the 2014 Sophie Brody Medal of the American Library Association.|
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