|Translated title||Jewish Childhood as Reflected in Jewish Children’s Books|
Helge-Ulrike Hyams, Klaus Klattenhoff, Klaus Ritter, Friedrich Wissmann.
Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 2001. Two vols: 352 pp., 230 pp., illustrations: 34 col., ca. 120 b&w, 26 × 20 cm. German.
Museum Judengasse Frankfurt (7 March–13 May 2001)
Expanded version of an exhibition exploring Jewish childhood experience in Germany through various types of books and literature intended for children. The original single-volume catalog [#1528] is here divided into two volumes: vol. 1 with essays, and vol. 2 with an annotated bibliography for the books exhibited. 28 essays, five of them new: Klezmer music and Yiddish nursery rhymes (Wolfgang Martin Stroh), the Hebrew paradigm of the pedagog (Ralf Koerrenz), Anne Frank (Laureen Nussbaum), children’s reactions to antisemitism in Germany before 1933 (Helge-Ulrike Hyams), and Zionist children’s and youth literature (Annegret Völpel). 416 items.
Flyer for a book reading by Joseph Koopman in conjunction with the exhibition, 21 × 14.8 cm; Invitation to exhibition opening, leaflet, 4 pp., 2 col. illus., 21 × 10.5 cm.
Stadtmuseum Oldenburg, Germany (8 November–6 December 1998)
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