Kid reviews for Number the Stars | Common Sense MediaBooks often facilitate conversations about the Holocaust. It can be challenging to find an appropriate selection, and the titles listed below for some recent publications may help you. Please be sure to read the book first, to make sure that it is fitting to share with your child ren. Special thanks and gratitude to Michelle Gewanter, a member of our GenerationsForward Speakers Bureau, for helping us create this list. Ages 6 and up.
Kid reviews for Number the Stars
Today I am back in Cambridge, living and writing in a house dominated by a very shaggy Tibetan Terrier named Bandit. Add your rating. It shows how people can be amazing how bok will risk there life to save others. This story is nothing compared to the Holocaust or things like that.The soldiers see Ellen's dark hair and become suspicious because the Johansens have blond hair, and Ellen has brown hair. It seems as if everything is dangerous even The Swallow Man. K!
A must read that no one can miss. I'm probably overexaggerating a bit, or do most books about Jewish girls during World War II suck. Ages After jeewish Nazis invaded Poland. They spend a peaceful day in the house by the ocean before Henrik announces that their Great-aunt Birte has died!
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Number the Stars is told from the point of view of ten-year-old Annemarie Johansen. The story is set in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark in September , the third year of the Nazi occupation of Denmark. Annemarie and her best friend Ellen, who is Jewish, are stopped by soldiers on their way home from school. The two girls, who go to the same school and live in the same building, are unsettled by their first direct encounter with the Germans. Johansen and Mrs. Rosen are concerned and ask the girls to take a new route to school. The encounter makes Annemarie reflect on what her father has taught her about Denmark and also about her older sister Lise's death a few years before the start of the novel.
Ages. This is story all about what danish people did to protect their jewish friends and neighbors. Rating details. When they get there, Henrik seems like his ordinary self. It is about two best friends, Annemarie Johansen and Ellen Rosen.
He encounters strange children in the woods and when he asks about them he is told they are in his imagination. Eventually Etienne discovers the truth about what happened in this town during the war? She risked her life in bkok to help her best friend, Ellen Rosen, World War ll! A great introduction to historical ficti.
Published, January www. View all 15 comments. They live as refugees traveling to different countries for the next few years. Eventually Etienne discovers the truth about what happened in this town during the war.