SOMEWHERE THERE IS STILL A SUN: A Memoir of the Holocaust
Misha Gruenbaum's carefree childhood came to an abrupt end when he and his family were deported to the Terezin concentration camp. Life in Terezin was a surreal mix of mundane life and mortal terror, as inmates waited to hear whether they would next be sent to Auschwitz. An inspiring story of hope and innocence and an essential contribution to Holocaust literature. Illus.
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