A graphic story of a Holocaust survivor's son
Illustrator and cartoonist Michel Kichka has left his mark on countless children's books. But it took him decades to examine his own childhood.
Michel Kichka’s first graphic novel, “Second Generation – Things I Never Told My Father,” opens with the line: “Father rarely spoke about his family.” It continues: “He only had three photographs left: one of his mother, one of his father, and a big family picture that was taken on the streets of Brussels before the Nazi occupation. He’s wearing Tintin-style golf pants...
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