"I had not considered what might have happened to the German people after the war, and specifically, to their children... this is an extraordinary glimpse into the life of a young German girl, and to see what happened through her eyes." Read Full Review
"What a unique and riveting read! The relevance today cannot be dismissed, in a world with over 50 million refugees in war-torn areas experiencing the same or worse plights."
"Compassion and the capacity to hear all the stories from within a conflict are the keys to becoming humane, not merely human. This work is of singular importance—clarifying, humanizing, touching and empowering."
"...a tightly focused portrait of a child making her way in uncertain times, coping with change and loss."
"The prose artfully combines an unflinchingly honest account of Yearman’s travails with beautifully poetic descriptions… She allows the genuine power of her autobiographical
drama to speak for itself. An affecting portrayal of youthfulness stained by war."
Anika Hanisch, coauthor of Don't Say Anything to Anybody (2017), spoke to a highly engaged audience at the Big Sky Community Library on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019.View Complete Info
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