The library is open during all regular business hours: Monday through Thursday 9 AM to 4 PM; Friday 9 AM to 1 PM; and Sunday 1 PM to 4 PM. Books (except reference books) and videos can be borrowed for a 2 week period free of charge. Library membership requires a photo ID and contact information.
Information on our collection is available though our Online Catalogue. Please note -Due to some technical problems this catalogue may contain some inaccuracies. Feel free to call us at 407-628-0555 to be certain that a book or video is available before you travel to the Center.
The Center also has a small number of Holocaust-related books and tapes for sale.
Sarah’s Children (paperback), written by former Orlando Sentinel journalist Suzan Hagstrom, relates the history of the family of local survivor (and Holocaust Center Board member) Helen Greenspun. $19.00
Paper Clips (DVD) documentary about the Hopewell Tennesee middle school class who asked ‘how many is six million?’, and collected paper clips — and gained real understanding of the enormity of the Holocaust — through their project. $15.00
The Holocaust Cookbook (hard cover, ring bound) a treasure of recipes from Survivors, including photos and family stories that make each entry special. $36.00
Amidst the Shadow of Trees (paperback) Artist Myriam Brisk’s touching story of her own lost childhood, living with her family and other partisan resisters in the forests of Belarus. $15.00
I Refused to Die (paperback) A collection of testimony, essays, poetry, articles and photographs from Boston-area Survivors and Liberators. $15.00
Second Generation Voices: Reflections by Children of Holocaust Survivors & Perpetrators (paperback) Dr. Alan Berger’s unique volume connecting the stories of those whose childhoods were tainted by the experiences and actions of their parents.$25.00
Berlin N-54 (paperback) The autobiography of Morris Gruenberg, who survived against all odds as a young man living in a modest Jewish neighborhood in Berlin.$18.00
Hiding in the Spotlight (hard cover) Orlando journalist Greg Dawson’s brilliant telling of his mother’s story — a very young musical prodigy who escaped certain death in the Ukraine, concealing her Jewish identity and performing for crowds that often included those who might have killed her. $25.00
June 17 to June 21
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July 21, 2013 at 1:59 PM
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Monday - Thursday 9 AM - 4 PM
Friday 9 AM - 1 PM
Sunday 1 PM - 4 PM
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