Momma had always told twelve-year-old Susan that there was no safe place for a Jew, especially in German-occupied Hungary in 1944. Susan is skeptical and afraid when she and her little sister Vera are sent to a convent to be kept "safe" from the Nazis. But Susan and Vera find their lives transformed and soon discover the true nature of courage when the group of nuns sheltering them risk their lives to protect them. "Guardian Angel House," operated by the Sisters of Charity in Budapest, was the nickname given to a convent that sheltered more than 120 Jewish children in German-occupied Hungary during World War II. This book tells the story of author Kathy Clark's mother and aunt, who wher sheltered there by the nuns. Includes historical photographs and notes about the author's family and the Hungarian convent that became known as the Guardian Angel House. Part of the Holocaust Remembrance Series for Young Readers.