Mysteries, histories, comedies, classics, children's, YA, British and Russian lit, nonfiction--I love reading, especially with a bold cup of coffee or a steaming mug of tea in my hands. Is it weird that I wish I were British?
This is an excellent allegory for the Holocaust, and though it is primarily a children's book, adults would do well to read it and learn the lessons contained therein. As the author says, "It is easier to look the other way. But if you do, terrible things can happen." How true.