The two stories, both non-fiction, "Walking With Living Feet" and "Camp Harmony" are both about experiences in containment camps. In the story "Walking With Living Feet", a girl shares her thoughts after visiting some concentration camps with her class in Poland. She describes how similar her shoes and the shoes collected from the prisoners are and how she felt sorrow towards the people who were close to any of those shoes owners. The story "Camp Harmony" is actually a recount of a girl's first days in an internment camp. The girl was Japanese-American and her story takes place during WWII.