Henny Lewin

Henia Lewin (Henny) was born in Lithuania. She studied at Sir George Williams College, majoring in Psychology. Henny taught in Jewish day schools and synagogues in Canada and the U.S. She earned a Master of Education from the University of Vermont, where she became an instructor of Hebrew and Yiddish and Hillel director. During her sabbatical in Israel Henny taught Hebrew to new immigrants from the former Soviet Union. In 1997 she received a Covenant Award as an Outstanding Jewish Educator in North America. Henny speaks regularly to school children and adult groups about surviving the Holocaust. She is an active member of Five College Learning in Retirement and a long time facilitator of their memoir writing seminar.

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Sisters Forever

by Henny Lewin

Henny Lewin, a young Jewish girl, is smuggled out of a Lithuanian ghetto during WWII. 

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