The Girl in the Green Sweater: A Life in Holocaust's Shadow is a very well-written book. I did not want to put it down as the story was so intriguing.
The families, in this book, lived through communist Russia and then they went through the Polish invasion by the Nazis.
There are times when my heart wept for the suffering that was dealt onto the people by the Germans and the SS. Some of the things were loss of items, no food, hiding and so much more. Then they had to live in sewers to avoid capture, after they has escaped.
I feel like stories like this are needed to help people realize the horrendous times people have gone through in the past.
I recommend this book highly.