""Hansel" and "Gretel" are two Jewish children given German names by their stepmother before they are left to hide in the woods from the Nazis. They wander through the woods until they come to the cottage of Magda, a Polish woman who is called a witch by the nearby villagers."
"Written by a Jewish woman during the war. She was only able to finish the first two sections of the book before being sent to Auschwitz. She died without finishing the last three sections. Her daughters took the beginning of the book into hiding with them, which is why we are able to read it today."
"The true story of a woman and her family during the war. Corrie was a Christian woman in Holland who, with her family, felt the need to protect the Jews. Their home became a safe haven for Jews until they were discovered and sent to concentration camps."