The very first thing that came into my head when I finished reading this book is why. The book kept me wondering why did it happen, why did someone has to die, and a couple of more whys. But putting the whys aside, this book specifically tells the reader that race relations is still a big issue, and it also tells us that friendship and protective family ties is way important than any other things.
This book is an autobiography of a horse named Black Beauty, where he shares the story of a horse's life. As an animal lover myself; heck I even wished to have a horse of my own when I was young, the story is really touching and moving. Although the market of the book is children and young adults, it doesn’t matter so long as you’re an animal lover.
The Diary of a Young Girl is a translated version of Anne Frank's diary; set from the time with the Germans occupying Holland up until the Franks and the Van Daans' hideout, the "Secret Annexe" was discovered by the Gestapo in which she spent the last years of her life.