This book has numerous aims, above all, telling the stories of the child survivors for their immediate relatives and the wider Jewish and non-Jewish readers – seemingly more important in the approach the 21st century.
The stories are of courage and fortitude, evoking admiration. Brief, but lingering, insights into incredible stories, but testifying to the basic underlying humanity of children.
They contain the innocence, bewilderment, and even humour of children. This is a book to foster understanding and share emotions; the Holocaust remembered by child survivors.