For those who enjoy traveling back in time, I recommend: The Safest Lie by Angela Cerrito. Anna Bauman, a Polish Jew lives in the Warsaw ghetto. She is smuggled out of the ghetto and into a Catholic orphanage where she is trained to be a Christian so that she can hide in plain sight. Eventually she is adopted by a Polish family who have secrets of their own. Told from Anna’s perspective, this is a harrowing tale of secrets and survival. Anna must become a whole new person, Anna Korwolska a Catholic girl, in order to fool the Germans. At the same time, Anna desperately tries to hold onto her Jewish past, a past that keeps her connected to the loving parents, grandparents, and family members she so desperately refuses to forget.
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