The Secret Room
I threw my arms around Leah. "Promise me you'll do everything you can so you won't have to go to one of those camps. So that after the war, we can find each other again," I whispered. "I promise, Annie," Leah said in a quiet voice. She unfastened the small, golden star of David she wore on a chain around her neck. She held it out to me. " I want you to have this. So you'll always remember me," she said. I quickly took off my tiny silver cross. I gave it to her. "And you take this," I said. "It will remind you that we're still best friends! No matter what!" "No matter what," Leah echoed. Book jacket.
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