"Realistic color illustrations on most pages, some of them spreads, add authenticity to the narrative. Covering an incident little known in the United States, this work would be of particular interest in areas where Armenian immigrants live, but it could also underline a general discussion of humanitarianism."
-- School Library Journal
"A story that is sure to inspire thoughtful discussion about relocation and humanitarian efforts."
-- Also from the School Library Journal
"Aram's Choice is emotionally-charged . . . a perfect choice for lessons in history and humanitarianism. Readers between ages 8 and 11 (Grade 2-5) will feel a deep connection to the events, because the story is told first person through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy."
-- Curled Up With A Good Kid's Book
"Young readers will find information on a little known period of Armenian and Canadian history in an enjoyable and easy to read format.
-- CM Magazine
"Aram's Choice is superbly written to appeal to young audiences while informing them of the history of the world in which we live. . .Aram's Choice is an affordable, comprehensive asset to the social studies classroom."
"Rated: Excellent, enduring, everyone should see it!"
-- Resource Links
"Short chapters, appealing full-color artwork, and well-researched back matter make this a good choice for readers interested in past humanitarian efforts.