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Engaging the Next Generation

A Guide for Genealogy Societies and Libraries


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Engaging the Next Generation by Jennifer Holik
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Engaging the Next Generation is written specifically for groups looking to create youth programs. This is a two-part book featuring one-hour and half-day youth program examples and the complete 4th-8th grade Branching Out set of thirty lessons. Part I allows genealogy societies and libraries to create youth programs based on example outlines, example speaking text, and project ideas in the book. Part II allows genealogy societies and libraries to build larger programs using the thirty lessons provided in the Branching Out series. Part II can also be used to teach beginning genealogy in public schools.

Author Biography

Jennifer Holik is an acclaimed author, researcher, educator, empath, medium, and healer dedicated to uncovering WWII history by piecing together biographical stories of soldiers' lives that have never been told before. She has a rare talent for telling WWII stories in an emotive way: lending a 'new voice' to this period of history by shedding light on a soldier's relationships with their loved ones, family and friends. In portraying the human side of warfare she reveals in a poignant, heartfelt, original way what it was really like to have a son, brother, best friend or spouse go off to fight this incredulous war and risk making the ultimate sacrifice for liberty and freedom. Through the research and stories, Jennifer provides healing of the past for clients and those who have already left us. Based in Chicago, Illinois and Amstelveen, Netherlands, her unique talent and capacities bringing to life a soldier's story by new research techniques provides a rare glimpse into a soldier's personal life. The facts she unravels about his web of relationships provide family members a chance to revisit their soldier's never-told-before story and 'personal war journey' in a new way. In doing so, it allows family members as footsteps researchers, to live their soldiers' pain and glory - memorialize their stories through writing - ultimately, serving as a tribute to their sacrifice; and a testament to our great country.
Release date NZ
May 3rd, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
World War II Research and Writing Center
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