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Number the Stars
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am 9. April 2016
Natürlich kann man den Holocaust eigentlich nicht in Worte fassen, schon für Erwachsene ist es unglaublich schwierig, und für Kinder noch viel mehr, dennoch ist mir diese Version ein kleine Spur zu harmlos und ohne Hintergrundwissen würde man das nur knapp in einem Zusammenhang sehen. Dennoch ist es nett geschrieben und auch für deutlich jüngere Kinder geeignet. Vor allem das Nachwort ist hervorragend und lehrreich.
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am 25. Oktober 2014
Even if you already have read a few books with similar stories...this one you will appreciate it...I'm sure of it!
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am 17. Februar 2000
Remarkable, intense and suspenseful are just three of millions of words that describe this book. The book has a groundbreaking plot and keeps you in suspense after every chapter. Read Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. This story depicts a struggle between a brave girl named, Annemarie, trying to help her best friend, a courageous girl, Ellen, a Jewish neighbor. This touching book takes place in the year 1943 when Annemarie and Ellen are fighting for freedom from the Nazi soldiers in Copenhagen, Denmark. When the soldiers invade Annemarie's house, Ellen was disguised as Lise,Annemarie's older sister. Will the soldiers find out who Ellen really is? Lois Lowry wrote very simply, but is very well organized. She keeps you in suspense after every chapter. Read this book and you will find yourself sitting at the edge of your seat. Will Annmarie help Ellen and her family escape the Nazi soldiers?
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am 22. Mai 2000
Number the Stars By: Lois Lowry
Number the Stars is a book about the Holocaust. It takes place in Denmark during the 1940s. There are 2 girls that are best friends named Anne Marie and Ellen. Ellen is Jewish and the Nazis were invading their neighborhood and taking all of the Jewish people to concentration camps. Ellen's parents left for a safer country and Ellen stayed with Anne Marie and her family. The book is very good and wonderful to read. It is a quick read but very worthwhile. I think the book teaches a very good lesson. The moral of the story is: no matter what someone's religion is doesn't mean they are a bad person. We need to look past what people believe in and realize the type of person they are. I recommend this book to all ages. It has a great lesson and is a great story.
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am 8. Juli 1999
Ellen is a young Jewish girl living an everyday life untill one day the Germans take over the Jews. Annemarie, Ellens best friend, is a young girl trying to live threw all the miserable things that go along with the war. Ellen and Annemarie display thier true friendship through out this whole book. There are many events that happen through out the story wich prove this,such as when Ellen and Annemarie were trying to sleep when a German soldier barges threw the door looking for the missing Jews. I liked this book because it was so suspensful and it was based on a true story. I would recomend it for anyone who likes to read true stories that demonstrate action and friendship. Ellen and Annemarie really express the true meaning of friendship.
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am 16. Mai 2000
This book was great! It explained how the time during WWII realy was. The Jews where treated very bad.They shouldn't do that to people of different culters. I think that everyone should be treated the same! I thought that it was neat that Annemarie was quick in ripping the neckless of of Ellen's neck beacuse she didn't want the men to see it. That was my favoite part of the book. The book tells that Annemarie's family and Ellen's family are from different culters and still best friends. Thoes two familys where not predious people. The way that they saved the jewish familys was so nice. Peter risked his life for all of thoes people. He was very brave . Annemarie's family was also. This was an awsome book! Read it please !
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am 3. Juli 2000
This Newbery Award winning book is based on the true story of the Danish people. The Danes saved over 7000 Jews during World War II...other countries took stands against the Nazis, but the Danes proved that people can make a difference.
Annemarie was just 10 years old, and may have been the bravest little girl in Europe and she didn't even know it...Annmarie learns that courage comes with convictions and soon realizes that she can survive the brutality of the Nazis and save her friend Ellen Rosen.
A wonderful historical note follows the book that just really places the book in terms of history.
Another book that is a great read-aloud for home and the classroom.
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am 28. Dezember 1999
There are only two books that can relate the story of the Holocaust. The Diary of Anne Frank, and Number the Stars. I first read the book in sixth grade, and it has been a favorite of mine ever since. The story is so sad, yet happy at the same time. Annemarie refuses to be negative about the situation in her country and the danger her best friend may be in. I nearly cried when I read the story. It opened my eyes to the horror of Nazism, and made me realize that the war was not just a fight to destroy Hitler, but also to destroy prejudice.
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am 22. März 2000
This was a great book, filled with lots of adventure. It was about a Jewish girl who stays with friends of the family. First, and acted like she was part of their family so then she would'nt have to go to a concentration camp, and to stay free from Nazi attack. She stays with many different families. She has faced many fears on her travel to stay free, she has been in the same house as a Nazi solder looking for Jews to capture. After the war she later heard that her parents had died in concentration camps.
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am 2. Januar 1999
After reading "The Giver", also by Lowry, I expected "Number the Stars" to be MUCH better than it was. ("The Giver" is my all-time favorite winner of the Newbery. Highly recommended.) "Number the Stars" is a decent, but unspectacular, book which pales in comparison to "I Am David" by Anne Holm. That story portrays the suffering of the Jews with more depth and feeling than this one. Read that instead.
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