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A moving and historically accurate graphic novel, brought to you by the Anne Frank House and illustrated by one of the Netherlands’ top graphic artists. When her Jewish family was forced to flee Germany to escape the Nazis, Esther thought she’d found a new home in Amsterdam. But then Germany occupied the Netherlands. One day Esther, separated from her parents, was forced to leave the city to evade a Nazi round-up of Jews. Esther survived the Holocaust by hiding in the countryside, but she never saw her parents again. She knows they died in a concentration camp, but has always wondered about the last few months of their lives. With her grandson Daniel, she tracks down an old friend living in Israel and finally learns the shocking story…
Drawn in vivid comic strips, this punchy and immediate graphic novel conveys to a new generation of readers the story of a horrific period in world history. Vivid commentary full of historical detail helps children to get a thorough picture of events, from Hitler’s rise to power to the concentration camps.
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