Night is a more recent classic, published in the mid-1950s, but its impact is powerful. A classic book that’s important to the legacy of those persecuted during the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel offers a unique insight into the terrifying life Jewish people lived in Germany at the height of Hitler’s power. Wiesel writes his first-hand account of the horrors of life in a ghetto and at multiple concentration camps, painting a vivid and emotional picture for modern readers of what life was like for both children and adults trying to survive in midst of horrific circumstances.

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