Nightfatherby Carl Friedman
This story is presented as a narration by a Dutch child who is the victim of a victim of the concentration camps. The child is guilt ridden and horror filled. One community reviewer says, "Some people may be offended by the graphic, horrible descriptions of the camps and what was done by the Nazis to the prisoners. There is some cursing and strong language, which some may find offensive."
By Corrie tenBoom
Hansiby Maria Anne Hirschmann
The Zion Chroniclesby Bodie Thoene
Are all true to history and give account of the period of the Holocaust.
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