Fiona Reynoldson’s "Winston Churchill", for ages 8-15, is far and away the best juvenile ever published, anywhere, by anybody. Throughout, the author delivers unadulterated, factual information. One wouldn’t expect so much wisdom to be so attractively wedged into sixty-four pages. We should all buy five copies and get them into the hands of schools, libraries and young people of promise.
As it stands, "Churchill and the Jews" offers a wealth of detail and analysis with some thought-provoking arguments and it scores a few hits. But it is ultimately defective in its judgment and marred by the prosecutorial tendency of discounting alternative interpretations of the evidence.