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  • Taschenbuch: 156 Seiten
  • Verlag: HMH Books for Young Readers; Auflage: Reissue (2. Mai 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0547577095
  • ISBN-13: 978-0547577098
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 9 - 12 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13 x 1 x 19,4 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.6 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (229 Kundenrezensionen)
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The evacuation of Jews from Nazi-held Denmark is one of the great untold stories of World War II. On September 29, 1943, word got out in Denmark that Jews were to be detained and then sent to the death camps. Within hours the Danish resistance, population and police arranged a small flotilla to herd 7,000 Jews to Sweden. Lois Lowry fictionalizes a true-story account to bring this courageous tale to life. She brings the experience to life through the eyes of 10-year-old Annemarie Johannesen, whose family harbors her best friend, Ellen Rosen, on the eve of the round-up and helps smuggles Ellen's family out of the country. Number the Stars won the 1990 Newbery Medal. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe .

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Von Ein Kunde am 4. Dezember 1998
Format: Taschenbuch
Number the Stars is a gripping story of courage and perserverence. The story takes place during the Nazi occupation of Copenhagen, Denmark during World War II and is the compelling story of young girl and her family who risk their lives to save a Jewish family. The main characters in this story are Ellen and Annemarie. Both characters are well developed as the story unfolds. Ellen is a shy, reserved, and cautious Jewish girl. Because of her loyalty to friends and family, her ability to take the initiative, and her bravery, Annemarie becomes the heroine of the story. The plot is easy to follow, and themes of conflict are integrated into the story. Annemarie must sort out many troubling circumstances that have influence on her life. Other conflicts arise from within Annemarie. At one point she remembers her proud declaration that she would be willing to die for her king. But it is possible that she may have to make that sacrifice for the Rosens, and she wonders if she really would be willing to DIE for someone. Not only does she ponder the idea of the possibility of her own death but the death of others. Annemarie must also resolve the conflict that arises within her when she suspects that her parents and her uncle are lying to her. Then, in order to save lives, she too must deceive others. The author's style lends itself to events that are easy to follow. The author leads the reader logically and carefully through each scene. Lowry writes using words which carry the suspense of the story. However, the heaviness of the tension doesn't continue until there is no pleasure in reading the story. Lowry often uses contrasting events to relieve the reader's tension in a pleasant way.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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Von Ein Kunde am 30. November 1998
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This book is about a young girl named Annemarie, her family and their role in helping Jewish families escape the Germans during World War II. The Nazi soldiers invaded and took control of Denmark and its Danes. Ellen is Annemarie's best friend and is Jewish. Ellen and her family, the Rosens, must leave Denmark to go to Sweden where will be safe from the Nazi soldiers. There they will be safe because Sweden chose not to enter the war. Annemarie is sent on an important mission to deliver an important package to her Uncle Henrick. This package will determine if Ellen and her family will live to ever see their friends and homeland again. When the war finally ends after a devastating five years, Annemarie finds out about the real truth of her sister, Lise's death. Anna Marie is a bright, bold and brave girl. She is ten years old in the beginning of the book and twelve years at the end. She is a tall, thin and long legged girl with blond hair. Annemarie's best friend, Ellen, is a Jewish girl about her same age. Ellen is a very proper young lady. She is timid and quite fearful because of the Nazis and what she has heard they do to Jewish people. Ellen is also a short and stubby girl who wears her curly black hair in pigtails. Kirsti, who is Annemarie's young sister, is spoiled, self-centered, stubborn and very sociable. She is a typical seven year old! Annemarie's mom and Ellen's mom are great at worrying. Mr. Rosen, Ellen's dad, gets aggravated easily by the smallest things and is a teacher at the elementary school where the girls attend. Annemarie's dad is cautious and always acts so serious. Peter, Lise's fiance, is a brave and courageous man with red hair who works with the Resistance.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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"Number the Stars" is and historical fiction book. It was written to inform young readers more about the Holocaust and World War II. Lois Lowery places the setting of the story in a remote village in Denmark. Annemarie, the main character, is faced with the fear and danger of the Nazis, German soliders. During these harsh and difficult times, 10 year old Annemarie is faced with difficult problems that she must overcome to help her best friend, Ellen reach safety from the Germans. Ellen is a Jew, and has been adopted by Annemarie's family and disguised by Annemarie's late sister Lisa. This is only temporally though, until Ellen's parents come back for her to take her to safety in Sweden. Sweden at this time has not yet ben conqured bye the Germans. While Ellen awaits for her parents return, Annemarie's mother takes young Annemarie, Ellen, and Annemarie's younger sister Kristen to go seek refuge in a small village near the coast of Denmark. Here, Annemarie has an uncle who will care for them all. Together, Annemarie, her mother, uncle, and Kristen all try to find help for Ellen and her parents, and all the other Jews seeking refuge from the numerous Nazis. The context in "Number the Stars" was very good. Lois Lowery tried very hard to create and distinguish the different events that happened in the story, as well as relating all of the key facts about World war II to the stoory. The climax throught the story kept getting more and more suspensful, as well as the dramas that was interwoven within the novel. Another element that made me want to read the book, was the fact that Lois Lowery won the Newbery Award for this excellent composition in the early 1990's. I decided to read "Number the stars" for this reason.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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