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When I pass by a German, everything shrinks in me.
Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust by Rutka Laskier
Rutka is being hailed as “the Polish Anne Frank. This one is particularly interesting – she’s been dubbed “the Polish Anne Frank,” and her diary does remind me of Anne’s somewhat. However, I cuaferno Rutka’s book interesting to read as well. She has the typical friend family and boy drama, but she also has the adult thinking of starvation exterminations and freedom If you are a fan of nonfiction war history seen through the eyes of children and don’t mind the journal format than this is the book for you.
Dec 22, Barbara M rated it really liked it. Aug 25, Brian rated it it was amazing Shelves: A wonderful book that highlights all the things teenagers go through, friendship, loyalties, arguments, the beginnings of attraction to the opposite sex but the tragic circumstances under which this diary was written unfortunately were those experienced by the Jewish population in the ghetto.
AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. She’s an intelligent girl who is aware of what is going on around her. She has the typical friend family and boy drama, but she cuaderbo has the adult thinking of starvation exterminations and freedom searching that no teenager should have to think about.
May she rest in peace. It is cusderno to see how teenagers view the terrible tragedies of war and it broke my heart to hear about Rutka’s friends and love interests going through the Holocaust.
Mar 15, Sabrina rated it it was amazing Shelves: So this is probably a great book for middle or high school students who are learning about the Holocaust. Certainly not because it was poorly written or uninteresting, quite the contrary, it reached into my soul and tore me apart.
Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust
There are many Holocaust memoirs and diaries out there, all of them bearing powerful testimony to human cruelty gutka human greatness at the same time, tragic artifacts of that terrible period. Lists with This Book.
English is Easy — Practice Papers. Rutka’s Notebook opens on January 19, just as the Nazi troops were making their way to her hometown, Bedzin, Poland. Aug 06, Al rated it liked it Shelves: An interesting read from the perspective of a year-old witnessing the horrors of the Nazi occupation in Poland.
In one scene, a brutal murder is juxtaposed with a wedding ceremony; a greater contrast is harder to imagine. A Young Girl Grows Up There is a decent bibliography included in the end as well.
I lost my breath and bawled when she talked about “something being broken inside” and proceeded to calmly describe the murder of a Jewish child in front of his mother by a Nazi. I enjoyed that as much as the diary itself. Hopefully as they mature the memory of this book will surface and they will be ashamed by their words.
El cuaderno de Rutka
Rutka kept the notebook and recorded many of her thoughts and some of the details of what was happening before the ghetto was cleared out. Still, for a quick read, it does give the reader small taste of what was happening to the Jewish people. This does not imply any lesser value from a testimonial point of view, this being a relevant document about the atrocities committed during the holocaust.
One moment she loves him; the next she hates him. After her nephew presuaded her that the notebook needed to be shared she decided started the process. May 30, White House Public Library rated it liked it. Only Rutka’s father survived. El diario es corto y un poco inconexo pero gracias Este es un libro que no puede vivir sin las explicaciones.
Rutka Laskier, a 14 year-old Jewish girl died in Auschwitz in Nov 13, Sam Wilkinson rated it it was amazing. A very informative and emotional read. I especially loved that each diary entry came with pictures to go along with what Rutka was writing about. As if I am seized by joy, I am flooded with some kind of happiness I can’t explain.
Since some of the entries are short, the book contains pictures of her family and the general area to help add to the content. Although the notebook gives some interesting insight into what was happening to the people in the ghetto, it can be difficult to relate to some of the people since Rutka already knows them and does not go into much details about them.