Hana's Suitcase by Karen Levine is an award-winning book and accessible Holocaust text for young people. In March 2000, a child's suitcase arrives from Auschwitz at the tiny Holocaust Education Centre in Tokyo. Painted on the side are a name, Hana Brady, a birthdate and the word "Waisenkind" (orphan). Spurred on by the children at the Centre, the curator embarks on a relentless search from Tokyo to Prague to Toronto to uncover the story of Hana and her fate at the hands of the Nazis. This classroom book set includes 30 copies of Hana's Suitcase, a documentary about Hana's Suitcase that aired on CBC's The National, and the documentary Inside Hana's Suitcase.