It's the true story of a woman's experiences during the Holocast, and how she survived. The things she talks about are very similar to those of a prisoner as life in the ghetto and then the camps was a day to day survival where the people had no rights, and didn't know what problems or difficulties a new sunrise would bring. They just did their best to get through it, and lived for the day when it would be over. And isn't that what our loved ones do? It's not a grusome book. It was written for high school students, and is very well done. Read it with your kids. I'm reading it with mine. You won't just be touched by her story, you will know it personally. In many ways you and your family are living it.
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