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This was a short quick read. Since some of the entries are short, the el cuaderno de rutka contains pictures of her family and the general area to el cuaderno de rutka add to the content.

The round toddler cheeks are just too similar to my own three year old’s. I enjoyed that as much as cuadetno diary itself. This book takes just an hour to read and does a nice job of putting her 50 pages of diary in historical context.

While rutkw books and conference papers have their place, of course, I feel like the memoirs of teens from this time period are an invaluable resource.

Rutka’s friend then held on the notebook, in secret, for over 60 years. I related to her so much as a teen – much of her diary is the daily ins and outs of friendships at that age – worries about boys and your parents. Recovered after 60 years, the notebook opens a unique and moving window into the everyday life of Polish Jews caught in the throes of Hitler’s Final Solution.

Citations are based on reference standards. 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. Rutkx I can say is that, for better or worse, the comparison brings these poignant testimonies together.

This one is particularly interesting – she’s been dubbed “the Polish Anne Frank,” and her diary does remind me of Anne’s somewhat. As if I am seized by joy, I am flooded with some kind of happiness I can’t explain.

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While ve as an adult book, it is perhaps best suited to young adult readers–those who have read the Diary of Anne Frank, for ed. The diary is accompanied by photographs, and followed by commentary placing it in context. All three books, as well as that of Peter Ginz, are most definitely worth reading on their own merits. 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” ruutka you don’t know if you will end up going home or being sent to a concentration camp.

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Refresh and try again. I gave el cuaderno de rutka book five stars because it is rutkka insightful, newly discovered historical document which has been very well presented by its editors. Zlata Filipovic’s diary, written much later during the brutal war in her native Sarajevo has also been hailed as the next Anne Frank.

Dust cover may be missing or if present may have moderate wear. But she left behind a notebook in which she recorded her thoughts, fears and dreams.

This diary only came to light after being hidden for 60 years and one must admire the research that went into finding people, or people who knew people, and authenticating the facts. Watch list is full.

There was the odd reference to what was taking place around her. Como digo re una lectura interesante y da una perspectiva diferente de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Her life becomes part of the reader’s life in this unforgettable diary. Please enter a valid ZIP Code.

I honestly found her waffling on falling in love with the boy Janek as a sign she had not lost her humanity. I sometimes felt physically ill reading this beautiful young girls words.


I wanted to share the thoughts and feelings that I was experiencing while reading but then I would have had to write a page by page review since nearly every page reached cuzderno and grabbed me. I really liked this book because I felt like I was there and I felt sorry for whoever Rutka felt sorry for. Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods.

With glee, she recounts the books she has just read, along with the possiblity that she and cuadernk friends will finally be emigrating to Eretz Israel, Palestine. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest ucaderno through seller support? Rutka’s diary is slim – cuadetno about 50 pages she wrote it for only 4 months. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab Add to watch list.

Seller information thebookmine The photos are nothing short of amazing, I was in total awe as I flipped through the pages.

El cuaderno de Rutka

An interesting testimony of a young Jewish girl in Poland that was for decades hidden. It’s hard not to compare this to The Diary of Anne Frank, and the problem in doing that is that Anne’s journal gives so much more detail and insight into the horrors of the time. She lives in Poland while Hitler is putting people into the concentration camps. The E-mail Address es field is required. 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.

But I’m young, I’m 14, and I haven’t seen much in my life, and I’m already so indifferent.