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And for ckaderno you literature, history, and social science teachers out there consider this as material for your class. I do not tend so much to this kind of comparison, because these are two different young girls with seemingly very diverse motivations. There is a decent bibliography included in the end as well.

I enjoyed that as much as the diary itself. I would recommend this book to individuals interested in studying the holocaust. For the young e, there is a wealth of supplemental material, with background information on the Laskier family, the Holocaust, how Rutka’s notebook was rediscovered after so many years, how Rutka’s father, Yaakov, survived to establish a new life and family in Israel, the quest of Zahava, a daughter by Yaakov’s second marriage, to get to know the half-sister she never met.

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The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins.

She lives in Poland while Hitler is putting people into the concentration camps. At the end of the book, there is a very good bibliography listing other diaries from the holocaust years. This book is a diary of a 14 year old Polish girl who lived in cuaderbo polish ghetto before eventually being sent off to a concentration camp where she was killed.

Let us not se she was a 14 year old child, just coming into adult feelings.

Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust by Rutka Laskier

The mother went crazy. While Anne had to stay hidden from the Nazi’s, Rutka had to interact with them first hand, and her diary tells of some incredibly disturbing incidents as her family is forced to move to a ghetto and go through “selections” where you don’t know if you will end up going home or being sent to a concentration camp.

This is a very brief but rktka personal insight into the Holocaust. This was a short quick read. This is a diary from an approximate four month period from a el cuaderno de rutka girl. Minimum monthly payments are required. However, the editors have added in some very interesting photos, historical documents, and commentary that really made the book come alive for me.

See other items More One can lose one’s mind thinking about this.

Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust

English is Easy — Practice Papers. A tiny photograph of Rutka is printed in the top ed corner of each of her entries, so that you must look into her eyes after turning each page.


A book that has been read but is in good condition. I’ve been trying to formulate this review in my head since finishing this thought provoking and extremely poignant book.

A Voice from the Holocaust by Rutka Laskier. There was the odd reference to what was taking place around her.

Genuinely difficult to read. A Voice from the Holocaust Spanish Edi. A few days later, she is moved with her family to a ghetto and later to Auschwitz.

El cuaderno de Rutka : Rutka Laskier :

She could be any other young girl—except that her life is stolen cuadermo her. This young diarist was 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.

She writes, as would any 14 year old girl, anywhere, ever, of books, her friends, crushes and how her intimate feelings are changing, but set against a background of persecution, and unimaginable brutality that she witnessed first hand.

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