Who can you trust during a war? This is the question Krystia struggles with in Don’t Tell the Enemy by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch. When the nazis drive out the soviets her Ukrainian village, Krystia believes there are better days ahead. But when the nazis start moving her friends into a ghetto just because they are Jewish, her belief turns to scepticism and wariness. Knowing what is truly right, Krystia and her family risk their home and lives to for the survival of their friends.
Based on true events, Don’t Tell the Enemy shows how courageous we can be when faces with injustice. An inspiring tale for tween and young adult readers, particularly those interested in WWII.