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An important addition to the Holocaust curriculum" -- Booklist American Library Association "a powerful story of growing up in unspeakable conditions, of human suffering, loss and, ultimately, hope" -- Halifax Chronicle Herald "a candid look at a father's presumed collusion, a perspective rarely seen in YA literature about the Holocaust" -- Publishers Weekly "The pressure and urgency of inspiration, not to mention tears and blood, is palpable everywhere in Montrealer Polak's fictionalized account of her mother's experience in the Theresienstadt concentration camp The narrative voice is a real teenager, dealing with real teen issues of growing up in unimaginably challenging circumstances, and to Polak's credit never verging on hysteria or self-pity" -- Resource Links "Montreal writer Monique Polak's affecting new historical novel Unlike Theresienstadt, Polak has seen that no 'embellishment' is needed when the story is told with the frankfulness of youth" -- The Canadian Jewish News "Monique Polak's reputation as a highly respected author of young adult books grows with each book she publishes.

Young adult readers will do themselves a service to read this book and find out how the Holocaust not only affected adults, but also children in a major way" -- The West End Times "a very personal, thought-provoking and, ultimately, hopeful book" -- The Jewish Independent "There are many books for young adults about the Holocaust. This volume makes for great reading and an excellent resource" -- Canadian Children's Book News "This well-written, painful story is a good addition to the genre of Holcaust fiction.

Many of these stories are written from the point of view of death camp victims, and very few from the point of view of the citizens of Theresienstadt" -- Library Media Connection "An animatedly-written teen novel by the daughter of a Dutch family sent to Theresienstadt