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

Told from a youthful perspective, this book holds some poignant and often harrowing insights in to the terrible events of this era. There are many Holocaust memoirs and diaries out there, all of them bearing powerful testimony to human cruelty and human greatness at the same time, tragic artifacts of that terrible period.

This book takes just an hour to read and does a nice job of putting her 50 pages of diary in historical context. I cried continually and felt bitter anger at the unfairness and inhumane end Rutka and so many like her endured. These entries could have been taken straight from my own journal.

However, I found Rutka’s book interesting to read as well. I sometimes felt physically ill reading this beautiful young girls words. Rutka’s Notebook belongs in this canon. I found the resources very helpful since this book was so short and would recommend looking at the resources at the back should you want additional books.

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Mar 15, Sabrina rated it it was amazing Shelves: She has the typical friend family and boy drama, but she also has the adult thinking of starvation exterminations and freedom searching that no teenager should have to think about.

One moment she rtka him; the next she hates him. Apr 20, Nancy rated it liked it Shelves: An 82 year old friend of Rutka’s held onto to her diary for 61 years. And for all you literature, history, and social science teachers out there consider this as material for your class.

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Anne Frank’s diary covered a period of several years and Rutka’s book only covers 4 months. And for all you literature, history, and social science teachers out there consider this as material for your class. dutka

Rutka’s Notebook is dd of the most recent children’s diaries to be published; like Like Peter Ginz’s diary, Rutka Laskier’s manuscript remained hidden for some 60 years after the War. Zahava had family pho This book contains a diary written by Rutka, a 14 year old girl living in Poland during the holocaust. Use Expedited Shipping to get it by Jan.

The E-mail message field is required. I do not ritka it is for me to render a judgment, so I will simply present a few facts and let each reader decide for him- or herself.

Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust

I honestly found her waffling on falling in love with the boy Janek as a sign she had not lost her humanity. It made me happy to see she was experiencing the things all teens think about. She wrote at one point, “I’m turning into an animal waiting to cuaverno.

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This young diarist was an intelligent young lady with everything to live for but all the time knew what was going to happen to her. Book ratings by Goodreads. A young life ended to soon. I felt I got to know Anne Frank a lot better since her diary was much longer. However, the editors have added in some very interesting photos, historical documents, and commentary ruta really made the book come alive for me.

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For each page of the diary, the book includes a companion page providing context—photographs, historical background, definitions. I suppose after further contemplation I’ve been thinking about what I would say before finishing. So this is probably a great book for middle fl high school students who are learning about the Holocaust. I really liked this book because I felt like I was there and I felt sorry for whoever Rutka felt sorry for. Something about looking into her little brother’s eyes in their first diplayed portrait in the book.