A Holocaust Survivor & Her Story

These are my memories. they are not necessarily correct or accurate, but they are what I have to tell.

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Storytime with Renate G. Justin

201 South College Ave Fort Collins, CO, 80524 Phone: 970.482.278 Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate Friday, January 20 – Opens to the public during regular museum hours Storytime with Renate Justin Wednesday, January 25- 11:30 AM    Contact Information 201 South College Ave Fort Collins, CO 80524 Phone: 970.482.2787 Email: info@ftcma.org Hours of Operation Monday &… Continue reading Storytime with Renate G. Justin

A Long Journey by Renate G. Justin

A Long Journey is the true sory of how a seven-year-old girl and her doll survived the Holocaust.  Justin relates her childhod experience through the eyes of her doll Giesela. This sensitive topic is gently delivered through the eyes of a doll.  Dr. Justin gives us hope for a world of kindness and love. All… Continue reading A Long Journey by Renate G. Justin

Buy your books at a FOCO Craft Fair

Our very talented Deanna Estes will be selling books and assorted items this today.  Be sure to check out her table. Blemished Beauty and A Long Journey will be on sale for $10--designed by Deanna Estes.   Holiday Craft Fair November 17th and 18th 9 AM to 3 PM on both days Skyline Community Center… Continue reading Buy your books at a FOCO Craft Fair

Romance is HEA

If you're looking for romance in all the wrong places, check out Crystal Publishing @ crystalpublishingllc.com Blemished Beauty by Brenda Hodnett has been released.  The launch will be October 13-15 in Salt Lake City. Stop by and meet the author.  Details of Brenda's signings will be announced as we get closer to the date. Blemished… Continue reading Romance is HEA

Historical Non-fiction for Children

Renate G. Justin has had a remarkable life.  Her story, A Long Journey, will bring tears to your eyes.  A Holocaust survivor, Renate wrote this book to explain this moment in history to her grandchildren.  @crystalpubs2014 In 1934, Renate received a Kaethe Kruse doll.  She named her Giesela.  Renate's sister later received her Kaethe Kruse… Continue reading Historical Non-fiction for Children