Heroic actions speak volumes in a powerful middle grade novel based on real WWII events.
Life is becoming ever more terrifying for the Jewish community as the Second World War envelops their lives. For twelve-year-old Dina and her sisters, things get even harder when their father dies. Their mother must go back to work and despite many objections, the family adjusts to the arrival of their new housekeeper, Nina, who is not Jewish. But Nina’s role changes dramatically when the Nazis invade their small Ukrainian town. Nina sacrifices her own safety to make sure the children she has come to love are kept from the clutches of the Nazis, and Dina comes to depend on her in a way she never imagined she would.
The third novel in Kathy Kacer’s acclaimed Heroes Quartet series, Louder Than Words is based on the true story of one woman’s incredible heroism in the most dangerous of circumstances. It is a another affecting testament to the unsung heroes of World War II who, at great personal risk, saved the lives of strangers.
“Worthy of five out of five stars!”- Christian Author Chick, 12/13/19
“A beautifully written, powerful story that needs to be shared. ”- Home School by the Beach, 12/19/20
“Riveting not only for its content, but also because of its fast pace and well-developed characters. ”- CM Reviews, 01/27/20
“This unique perspective on the Holocaust provides a powerful story that focuses on the importance of understanding and love. ”- School Library Journal, *starred review, 04/20
“An accessible and absorbing portrait of empathy, character, and moral courage, relevant for modern times. ”- Kirkus Reviews, 01/21/20
“Captivating. ”- A Beauty & Her Books, 04/13/20
“Definitely purchasing . . . this was a compelling read. ”- Ms. Yingling Reads, 04/18/20