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Hilda Stern's desire to be a writer virtually ended after her years of imprisonment, first in the Lodz Ghetto, where her parents & grandparents died, then Auschwitz, & a final death march that ended in the women's prison near Berlin. Though she wrote about her experiences for a few years after the war, first in a DP camp & then in New York, she hid her notebooks after her marriage to Werner Cohen in 1948.

The Violin of Auschwitz

The Unwritten Diary Of Israel Unger by Carolyn Gammon

The Giver by Lois Lowry. I cannot begin to describe my love for this book. I have read it multiple times and I fell in love a little more each time!

Possum Living: How to Live Well Without a Job and with (Almost) No Money