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The Daughter of Auschwitz


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"I read this book with gratitude and urgency. Gratitude for the courage Tova Friedman has shown in deciding to share her story. We are all the beneficiaries of such powerful witness. The urgency comes from the knowledge that as time marches on such vivid voices are becoming increasingly rare. Read this book, cherish the lessons. It is a book rooted in the terrible events of another time, but the truths it reveals are eternal."-Fergal Keane, author of Wounds: A Memoir of War & Love

"One of the youngest survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau tells her remarkable story... A heartbreaking yet ultimately redemptive account from the 20th century's darkest days."-Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review) "An unforgettable and deeply moving story. Malcolm Brabant brilliantly evokes the world of the ghetto and of Auschwitz through the eyes of Tova Friedman, a small child who survived the brutality of the Holocaust."-Jeremy Bowen, author of Six Days: How the 1967 War Shaped the Middle East "[A] heartrending, lyrical account of a young girl's survival during the Holocaust."--Reader's Entertainment Magazine "Absolutely riveting book. Please read it."--Judy Woodruff, lead presenter and Managing Editor at PBS Newshour "This is the real thing, the horrors of the Holocaust brought shudderingly to life, and all from the point of view of a small child who could barely read or recognize numbers... It is an angry book, but it is also required reading."--The Jewish Chronicle "Possibly the most astonishing book I've ever read."--Sarah Gorrell, BBC Radio Sussex

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