Barbara Yelin

  • But I live
  • Four children survive the Holocaust
  • In dialogue, International Children's Book Festival, Program for children

Emmie Arbel survived the concentration camps Ravensbrück and Bergen-Belsen as a little girl. David Schaffer escaped the genocide in Transnistria because he did not follow the rules. Brothers Nico and Rolf Kamp hid from their murderers thirteen times in the Netherlands. Together with the survivors, well-known illustrators have told these stories in graphic novels that unforgettably demonstrate what the Holocaust meant – even for children. In the process, well-worn visual habits are broken.

Barbara Yelin is one of the best-known German comic artists. Her award-winning work includes graphic novels, web comics, comic strips, illustrations for newspapers and children’s books. She became internationally known with her graphic novel Irmina (2014).

Language: German
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Age recommendation: young people from 15 and adults.

The program is also bookable for school classes.
Registration & info: Ingrid Stolz, ies@dai-heidelberg.de

As part of the International Children’s Book Festival

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Unfortunately, the event has to be cancelled due to illness. Tickets already purchased can be returned to the respective advance booking office where they were purchased.

Ticket Prices (plus fees)

Regular price 11,90 €
Reduced price 9,90 €
Member price 6,90 €

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