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    True story of courage WWII

    This true story of the teenage girl who couragously managed a secret and tiny library of a few books to provide education and most of all hope for the children who were captives in the hell of Auschwitz death camp.This book is a real page turner. I could not put it down. I stayed up all night to finish reagding it.
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    Powerful

    This is a very well written novel and gives readers a sense of what it was like for the prisoners at Auschwitz. The fact that this story was based on an interview with a survivor makes reading about the horrors of the concentration camp a little more bearable because you know that Dita makes it out alive.
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    The librarian of auschwitz

    Another view of courage during the holocaust of having a secret library for the children with living books where people tell a story in order to educate entertain and distract the children temporarily from the surrounding horrors of mass killing a heroine survives to tell the story which was truly amazing
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