Since its publication in 1971, Corrie Ten Boom's memoir about faith, family, and sacrifice during World War II has riveted readers. As devout Christians and respected members of their tight-knit Dutch community, Corrie, her watchmaker father, and her sister Betsie offered support to those in need long before the Nazis invaded Holland in 1940. Within months of the occupation, the Ten Booms began risking their own lives to help Jewish friends and neighbors escape persecution, often secreting them in an ingenious "hiding place" constructed behind Corrie's bedroom wall. When Corrie was arrested by the Germans, her struggle for survival became an arduous test of faith that revealed miracles and inspired her fellow prisoners—and, eventually, millions of readers around the world. Adults and teens will be captivated by this anniversary edition of Corrie's uplifting memoir, while bibliophiles ages 9 to 12 can immerse themselves in the abridged, illustrated Young Reader's Edition.