Touching, real and informative
Sivia because she was a young girl suffering so much because of the damage World War II did and how the Jews were so unfairly treated. I was very glad that she was one of the few children who was able to walk out alive from the ghetto.
When her father loves Sivia so much that he lays with her in a hole in the cemetery to keep her hidden from the Natzis. She was scared to stay alone and so he stayed with her.
When Sivia and her cousin were placed in the basement and were not able to go outside for their safety. This must have been very hard because they were small children.
I liked that the family survived because they were willing to sacrifice each other for the "family." Sivia's father was willing to do anything and take so many chances to keep his little girl safe and alive. Very touching story;
I felt this book was good and kept attention in the beginning. The end was rushed and not good at all.
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