Zlata's Diary: a Child's Life in Sarajevo
Publish date: February 1st 1994
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
I'm glad this book exists -- I'm glad that Zlata wrote her experiences, that she survived the war, and that her diary provides a glimpse into war through the eyes of a child. I hope that chronicles like this will make the adults in charge think twice before they start blowing things up. At the time,...
The Accidental Reader Book ReviewsIn my opinion you can really review a diary, a diary written by a little girl that had her childhood stolen from the cruelty of war. A lot of people have compared this diary to the Diary of Anne Frank and I have to agree to that. It's pretty much the same situations...
This autobiography was written over a two-year period in the life of Zlata Filipovic while she and her family were struggling to survive the war in Sarajevo. Her writing is very "matter of fact," and she shows remarkable insight for a child, but I guess war makes children grow up and mature much fas...
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