In the winter of 1943, a Polish physician and her older daughter make a dangerous and arduous trek to Hungary while seven-year-old Malka, who they were forced to leave behind when she became ill, fends for herself in a ghetto.
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Antek anymore arms Arrow Cross Party Bardosz blanket bread Budapest child Ciotka cold dark daughter door dress face feel feet fetch forest Frischman front German ghetto Goldfaden gray hair hand head heard Hungarian Hungary hurt Jewish Jews Julek Kalne kibbutz kitchen knew Kohen Kopolowici Kowalski land of Israel laughed Lawoczne legs Liesel little girl lying Malka felt Malka looked Malka saw mattress Minna mother mouth moved Mukachevo Nathan Hecht never nodded noticed Nurse Rosa Nurse Zippi old woman Palestine picked pocket Poland Polish pulled pushed round Shlomo and Yossel Shmulik shoes shook shoulder shouted side sister sitting Skawina Skole sleep sleigh smell smiled someone stared started stay stopped street Stryj suddenly talk Teresa things thought Hannah told took turned Ukrainian Veronika voice Waiss waited walked warm window wooden Zygmunt