"If she could find four perfect pebbles of almost exactly the same size and shape, it meant that her family would remain whole. Mama and papa and she and Albert would survive Bergen-Belsen. The four of them might even survive the Nazis' attempt to destroy every last Jew in Europe...."A woman shares her childhood memories of living in Nazi Germany. In this true story, the author relates how the life of her family changed when Hitler came into power and they were forced to live in refugee, transit, and prison camps.More
"A harrowing and often moving account." (School Library Journal)
"Personal memoirs have no equal in their weight of truth and memory--[Marion Blumenthal Lazan's] have educated so many." (Elie Wiesel)
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