A boy confronts his mother’s suitor on New Year’s Eve when the boy kills the man’s duck and, in a fit of anger, the man kills the boy’s dog.
Through the perspective of Margot Frank, this novel follows Anne Frank.
Nine-year-old Thomas receives encouragement from many sources, including candid talks with Jesus, to help him tolerate the strict family life dictated by his deeply-religious father.
Describes the background in which Anne Frank’s life and diary were set as she hid in an attic in Nazi-occupied Holland for two years.
The autobiographical reminiscences of a young Jewish girl coming of age during World War II describes her life in hiding from the Nazis and offers a poignant study of the tragedy of the Holocaust.
Lizette tries to figure out what to do with the one green sock that she finds while out walking one day.
A collection of the young author’s lesser-known writings composed while she was hidden from the Nazis during World War II. Some translation was also done by Michel Mok.