The Golem's Voice by David G Klein

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The Golem, a classic creature of Jewish lore, is boldly reimagined in this beautifully drawn and movingly written graphic novel. This thrilling adventure resurrects the giant of legend to face the real-world terror of WWII. It's the tale of a small boy, alone and hunted by relentless Nazis in war-torn Czechoslovakia, who turns to the mystical traditions of his imperiled people to find a massive friend and protector. Combining fast-paced storytelling with deeply-felt emotions and the detailed evocation of a dark time, this book will resonate with readers both young and old.
 

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Published April 10, 2015 by Now What Media. 114 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Comics & Graphic Novels, Horror.

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Gr 5–8—A family of three are about to be transported to the death camps when the youngest, Yakov, manages to escape the Nazis by entering a mysterious house. There, he finds a magical tome and a golem. All his life, Yakov has been cared for, but these new circumstances require him to grow up, tak...

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