“What’s going on? Where is my dad? Are we at war? The city is so quiet and dark that it seems hostile and it scares me.” Marzi is a little girl like any other. She plays with dolls, gets lost in the woods, covets chewing gum and ballet lessons… Except that she’s growing up the behind the Iron Curtain in the 1980s, and the Soviet regime sometimes casts an unsettling shadow over her otherwise carefree childhood. But, somehow, she always manages to bounce back! Marzi’s clear-eyed, playful storytelling continues in this third volume of coming-of-age tales from Communist Poland.