What brings people out to listen to our book talks? Nancy Szabo and Natalie Iglewicz began their panel presentation at Tamarack District Library in Lakeview Michigan on October 11 with this very question. For some attendees, it was a keen interest in world history. For others, there was a personal connection - a relative who served in the army liberated Bergan-Belsen, one of the many concentration camps. Still for others, it was the desire to learn more from the Second Generation and gain insight into how to stand up to Holocaust denial and prevent future discrimination of this proportion from ever happening again. We are grateful for the engagement of the audience in listening to our stories and feel affirmed of the wide appeal and impact that our book can have.