Maus: A Survivor’s Tale by Art Spiegelman is a biography about the writer’s father’s experiences during the Holocaust. 

Maus: A Survivor’s Tale by Art Spiegelman is a biography about the writer’s father’s experiences during the Holocaust. 

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    Read it
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    i need to read this
  8. chellegenerico reblogged this from moviesandmusicandbooksohmy and added:
    Now reading this.
  9. rachellerachelle reblogged this from teachingliteracy and added:
    Literally changed my life. Also started my obsession with Jewish men (if I remember correctly).
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    I’m so excited to read this in addition to the other amazing books in English.
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    i want to read dees.
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    I’ve always wanted to read this.
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    Only teachers make you read this. And it gets so good.
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    To read list
  22. samoanpunch reblogged this from teachingliteracy and added:
    One of my favorite reads. There’s a second part that’ll just tear you apart.
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    This is such an interesting story, portrayed in such a creative way!