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Hidden Like Anne Frank: Fourteen True Stories of Survival

by Marcel Prins and Peter Henk Steenhuis
Translated by Translated from the Dutch by Laura Watkinson


Published by Arthur A. Levine Books / Scholastic, 2014
211 pages
ISBN: 978𢠧45-543620

Ages 12 and Older

Each of these profiles of Dutch Jewish children and young adults who survived World War II in hiding are compelling and distinct, but across the narrative there is also a sense of continuity. This is in part a factor of geography in a country as small as The Netherlands, the children in hiding were often aided by the same people and traversing the same locales in their escapes. In most cases, they were also children whose families had been given an initial exemption by the Germans often middle-class families with skills considered useful. Some of the children were hidden in situations where they felt loved and cared for and formed lasting bonds with the people who took them in; people they came to think of as family. Some were treated awfully, or had to move around often. Some whose parents survived never regained a sense of belonging or connection to their families when they were reunited. Regardless of their experiences in hiding, it抯 clear all of them had to deal with the lasting impact. A final chapter includes photographs of each of the individuals profiled as older adults.  © Cooperative Children's Book Center


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