In "Zlata's Diary," we read about the life of eleven-year-old Zlata. She calls the diary Mimmy and she relates the details of her life during the war in Sarajevo. On October 13, 1991, Zlata writes about her family going to a country home in Crnotina. The family would spend the weekend there and pick fruit, nuts, and in "the evening we had a barbecue - my specialty is "cevapcici (grilled meat rolls.) Grandma made apple strudel. I collected different leaves for the herbarium and played with Ati."(pg. 4).
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