In this second volume, Art follows his father's story of his time in Auschwitz during the Holocaust and his struggle to survive while also still butting heads with the man.
Father-Son Time Straining (Maus I A Survivor’s Tale: My Father Bleeds History – A Book Review)
Here comes a story of struggle and hardship as Art listens and works to convert his father's story of him and his wife's struggle to survive the Holocaust into a graphic novel.
Gnomes and Yellow Stars (Friedrich – A Book Review)
You start the book with a garden gnome named Polycarp that is seemingly happy and end with the same Gnome, destroyed by terror...this novel brings you up close with a Jewish family that experienced the Holocaust firsthand from discrimination to being collected up and deported...Anne Frank is compelling and Friedrich stands right beside it, telling a strong tale of another child during one of the darkest times in history.