Adena Bernstein Astrowsky
Link to book: mybook.to/ManiaL
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Available on Amazon, B&N, Goodreads,
and all major international book retailers online
Adena is available for speaking engagements, book presentations, book club discussions, etc.
Teacher's Guide/Lesson Plans now available.
Amazon Bestseller in the following categories:
New Release in Jewish Holocaust History
Kindle Store overall
Jewish History & Historical Biographies
High School Holocaust Memoirs
The COVID-19 pandemic
During the global pandemic, we have created a list of 20 book discussion questions as well as a teacher's guide/lesson plans to be used when teaching lessons from the Holocaust in conjunction with the book.
February 16, 2020
Holocaust by Bullets, Author Panel, Phoenix, AZ
March 8, 2020
Book Signing at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C.
March 29, 2020 (postponed)
Book Signing at Private Home, Paradise Valley, AZ
April 3, 2020
Virtual Open Mic Book Reading
American Book Center, Amsterdam
April 17, 2020 (postponed)
Book Signing at Private Home, Phoenix, AZ
April 23 - May 2, 2020
Book Blog Tour via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
(see social media posts for more info)
April 28, 2020
Meet the Author Event
via RosscoLorenzo Creatives Events
May 19, 2020
Book Discussion with the Phoenix Holocaust Association
May 26, 2020
Reading/Performance Event by DublinWriter
June 11, 2020 (postponed)
Book Signing at the American Book Center, Amsterdam
Adena Astrowsky has dedicated her career to helping the most vulnerable of our society. She did this by prosecuting child sexual abuse cases and domestic violence cases. She became the local expert concerning the prosecution of domestic violence related strangulation cases and taught extensively on that subject. Currently, she handles post-conviction cases on appeal and foreign extradition cases. Adena taught Sunday School at her temple for eight years, and in her last two years she co-taught "Character Development Through the Studies of the Holocaust." Adena contributes articles to MASK (Mothers Awareness on School-age Kids) Magazine, often writing about children's safety, drugs, law and order, etc. Once a month Adena volunteers at a local Scottsdale library with her therapy dog, Charlie, as part of the Tail Waggin' Tales Program. Adena has also chaired events to raise money for the Emily Center of Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Recently, Adena was recognized for her professional and philanthropic work with an Amazing Woman Award from the Phoenix Suns and National Bank of Arizona. Adena’s greatest role, however, is as the mother of three very active children. She, and her husband, Brad, are kept very busy with their respective dance, theater, music, and athletic activities.