It was a rainy day when the children were waiting at the bus stop to go to school. This is the day where Mark first discovered Hitler's daughter. His other friends, Ben, Anna & Little Tracy came along to wait for the school bus. While they were waiting for the bus, they play little games so it won't be as boring.
One day, Little Tracy suggested the play a game called "The Story Game'. Each child would make up a story whenever it is raining while waiting for the bus. On Anna's turn to announce her story, she tells about Hitler's make-believe daughter, Heidi, who lived during World War 2.
When Anna was telling her story, Mark was extremely intrigued by the story that he even asked Anna to come to the bus stop earlier. "What about Ben? Shouldn't write inform him too?" asked Anna. Mark didn't want Ben to come for the reasons, he didn't want Ben to interrupt again and wanted Anna to tell the story herself. No interruption was wanted by Mark. Anna agreed as well saying that she would bring little Tracy along too.
At school, on the way home & and in the morning, Mark still had Anna's story lingering around his mind. Mark wanted more than anything to know more of the story. Making efforts to make Anna tell him more of the story, Heidi and her life.
Mark told his mother that because it was muddy, they will have to drive slower to get to the bus stop. This was a way Mark could get to the bus stop earlier without his mother knowing why. He then asks his mother if she knew anything about Hitler. She responded that he was a monster, killed six million people in the concentration camps, killed Jews, Gypsies and people in trade unions.
Hitler also killed people who were disabled in some way, about eleven million people died because of Hitler. She called it the Holocaust It wasn't just in Germany as his mother said. Other country were taken over by Hilter and were killed.