Zlata's Diary was a diary made by Bosnia and Herzegovina's Zlata Filipovic. It was written between 1991-1993 about her life at the time, mostly about the war that erupted in her vicinities of Sarajevo. She starts the fifth grade in the beginning of 1991 and she reunites her friends and her family. Her entries were always, "Dear Mimmy" and she'd end with, "Your Zlata". The introduction is by a reporter named Janine di Giovanni and she writes that "I first met Zlata in the summer of 1993 when someone came up to me and told me about a girl being called the 'Anne Frank of Sarajevo'." She even wrote in her diary that her diary had been published, but re-published after she added facts succeeding facts about her diary publishing. She was called Bosnia and Herzegovina's Anne Frank.