5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, October 24, 2014
By Dulcie Pomerantz-Romm

“Very heart wrenching – made me live through that period all over again.  Wanted to keep reading.”

Thank you for your very kind five-star review, Dulcie!  So glad you connected in such a meaningful way!  I truly appreciate when readers take the time and go to the effort of writing something so complimentary about my work on Amazon!  It means the world to me!! It’s an honor to read these reviews!  I am humbled and grateful!!
Keep reading, keep spreading the word!
With love, Rhonda

Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center 53rd Annual Auction and Fundraiser

Date :  Saturday, November 8, 2014

Time:  7:00pm – 10:00pm

Place:  Philmont Country Club
301 Tomlinson Rd, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania 19006

It’s that time of year my friends! Please join us for a great cause!

If you believe in Holocaust education, this is the group that gets it done! Our survivor programs reached 35,000 students in the Delaware Valley in the last school year alone! But we need your help to continue to make this happen.

Please RSVP directly to the Museum no later than Nov. 1.
Email: holocaustawarenessmuseum@gmail.com
Phone: 215-464-4701

On the menu – Caesar Salad and choice of:
Chicken Francaise (chicken in an egg batter lightly fried)
Fish (salmon in a lemon dill sauce)
or Vegan/Vegetarian (pasta primavera in a marinara sauce)
All served with roasted potatoes and mixed vegetables!

Hope to see you there!

Un Ponte per Anne Frank (A Bridge to Anne Frank)

Ciao Italia!  Read Un ponte per Anne Frank – A Bridge to Anne Frank’s Italian interview with 94 Maidens author Rhonda Fink Whitman!  Please “like” the page on Facebook too!

94 Maidens is proud to announce an American/Italian partnership with A Bridge to Anne Frank in promoting Holocaust and Genocide education and building awareness of Human Rights Violations and the rise of anti-Semitism in both the US and Italy.

Grazie to Sofia Domino for the awesome interview!  If your Italian is rusty (or sadly non-existent like Rhonda’s), please read it in English here  

William Tennent H.S. Part Deux

English teacher Mrs. Shannon Christine doesn’t need a law to mandate that she teach the lessons of the Holocaust to her students. She invited us back to Warminster, PA for a second year and this time we brought survivor Manya Frydman Perel to speak to the students about the will to live, the strength of faith, and the ability to hope.

Thank you, Mrs. Christine and students for inviting us! It was truly an educational and inspired morning!

Temple Judea does it again!

88 year-old Holocaust survivor Ilse Lindemeyer describes for students and parents her harrowing childhood experiences which led to the Kindertransport in Nazi Germany, then our student Emma Zucker and her amazingly talented troupe perform an incredibly moving dance which depicts three sisters being torn apart as they are forced to board the trains to England.

Not a dry eye in the house.  

Ilse was the exact same age as the dancers, 12 yrs. old, when she was forced to board the Kindertransport. Ironically, she was also a dancer.

Thank you, Ilse, Emma, Olivia and Leah for an unforgettable lesson!


You need to buy this book (story). By Terri Tiley

“A personal journey that pulls you in, takes you along, and takes your breath away. It is a book that you have a hard time putting down, you want it in your hand to know what happens next. (The book jacket feels great!) It was our Book Club selection and it was the best discussion in our 10 year history. Rhonda Fink-Whitman is a great storyteller.”

Thank you for selecting 94 Maidens for your book club to read, Terri! I’m so glad that each of you found meaning in my family’s story! Your very kind review is truly appreciated!! ~ Rhonda