Most know the story of Corrie Ten Boom and how she and her family took in the persecuted Jews during World War Two. Keeper of the Angel’s Den is written for children, though it leaves all of the important (and sad) facts. I found that it did not go into quite as much detail as the other biography of Corrie Ten Boom that I’ve read.
Corrie Ten Boom Book & Curriculum Guide Review
There are fifteen chapters. The first chapter starts off with Corrie and her family arrested and in German custody! Then chapters 2-6 go on to explain why and how they have been thrown into prison. The story unfolds of how Corrie and her family ended up taking in Jews fleeing for their lives, creating a secret hiding place, and housing them. Chapter 7 reveals how they were found out and taken into custody. The remaining chapters are about their time spent in the gruesome prison camps. Chapters 14 and 15 conclude with Corrie being released and going home. Corrie went on to help victims of the war for years.