“For more than half a century, ZVI has endured as the best-selling book produced by the ministry of The Friends of Israel. Millions of people have been touched, inspired, and encouraged by this story of a World War II waif in Warsaw, Poland. As a 10-year-old Jewish boy, Zvi was separated from his parents and forced to face the trials of survival in Adolph Hitler’s crazed world. How he triumphed against all odds and found his way to Israel and faith in the Messiah is one of the greatest stories of our time. Now ZVI and the sequel, ZVI and the Next Generation, are combined in a new book, ZVI: The Miraculous Story of Triumph Over the Holocaust. The whole story — together at last and updated with new information that will thrill your heart. This is a book you will find difficult to lay down.” ~from GoodreadsTitle: Zvi
Author: Elwood McQuaid
Genre(s): Christian Non-Fiction
Rating: ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ (five stars)
Romance Content: Not much; it does talk about when Mr. Zvi met his wife (and eventually when their son met his wife), and their relationships… I don’t remember kissing or anything, but it does talk about “falling in love”, etc.
Recommended age range: ages 12+ (because of some of the things talked about from the Holocaust; 12 may be a little old, but parents, use discretion)
Wow. This book was amazing- and what’s even more amazing is that it is a true story! God’s Hand is clearly shown throughout Mr. Zvi’s (I can’t remember his last name) life. It also gives good ideas of how to witness to Jewish people. I would highly recommend this book.
Note: There are some “scary” scenes, mostly when Jewish people are telling Mr. Zvi about their experiences in the Holocaust, but it isn’t extremely graphic. Although obviously I don’t like what happened to them and I don’t love reading about it, I didn’t have nightmares about what happened, either. 😉
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Thank you all for supporting this blog, even when I wasn’t active! I can see how the Lord has worked in my life to make this possible.