CHILDREN IN THE HOLOCAUST AND WORLD WAR II
Their Secret Diaries
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The eyewitness diaries of 23 children, ages ten to 18, recount the daily difficulties—and even horrors—of life in Europe's ghettos and camps.
"I don’t want to die," writes 13-year-old Eva Heyman, "because I’ve hardly lived."
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1996 paperback edition
7 and up