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Nautilus Online Book Club

Embark on a unique interactive journey as we delve into the pages of profound books, accompanied by a community of kindred spirits joined by the authors.

Peter Coyote

"...What makes the book is the devotion that impelled its creation,

and the vividness of the events, described in simple, unadorned prose...”

About the Book

  • The One Who Remembers Amazon
  • The Ones Who Remember Youtube
  • The Ones Who Rmember Facebook

How does the second generation honor the legacy of parents who survived the Holocaust while at the same time recognizing the ripples of the inherited trauma they experienced in their families?


The Ones Who Remember: Second-Generation Voices of the Holocaust is an award-winning published anthology that offers an intimate portrayal of this relationship. Powerful and inspiring, this book is an unforgettable and deeply moving collection of authentic stories that offer hope for recovery and healing from trauma. Sixteen authors reveal the challenges and gifts of growing up in the aftermath of their parents’ unimaginable experiences during the Holocaust.


Readers will be immediately gripped by the intimate glimpse into the diverse lives of survivor families. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the far-reaching effects of intergenerational trauma.

To learn more about the book, check out


To purchase the book, click on the image below. Participants are encouraged to obtain and secure the book at least one week before the start of Week 1.

The Ones Who Remember

Visit the Book's YouTube channel to watch events, panel presentations, and more.

Meet the Organizers of the Book Series 

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About the Online Book Club

The goals of the online book club are to engage readers with the authors, to deepen understanding of inherited trauma and the Holocaust, and to explore the healing power of writing. 

A Profound 6-Week Experience

February 12 - March 18, 2024

Embark on an enriching and rare journey with the authors/editors and the community to delve into this award-winning book!

Your journey will include the following elements:

Dates: February 12 - March 18, 2024
Mondays @ 5:00 - 6:00 pm (PST) / 8:00 - 9:00 pm (EST)

with the possibility of an extended (90-minute) session during the final week for integration.

Fee: $175

Each week, participants join together for a guided session that includes different authors and editors of the book.

Please acquire and secure the book at least one week before the commencement of Week 1.

Registration Deadline: February 9, 2024

*** This online book club is limited in size (20 participants) to ensure the intimacy of conversation.

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