Could not agree more with this comment. Too bad it's only small print.
When Wendy was a little girl she loved playing in the little valley owned by her family. Then the Nazis took it away from them; what they did in her little valley is almost too horrible to describe; yet she knew the story had to be told.
For anyone who as ever wondered how the "Good" German people could have let the Holocaust happen this book is a good start.
Seattle Library is remiss that there is no picture and no description or review of this book. The events described in this book of the horrors of the Holocaust are of very important historical significance. All students of the Holocaust should read this book.
The author's mother is the real hero of the story; she is one of the bravest most determined real women I have every read about or heard about.
The print is average size I would say not LARGE PRINT for visually impaired but not tiny print. I myself never read books in really small print and I selected this book because I found the print size comfortable.
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