El cuaderno de Rutka by Rutka Laskier, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Buy a discounted Hardcover of El Cuaderno de Rutka = Rutka’s Notebook online of fourteen-year-old Rutka Laskier, a young Jewish girl from Bedzin, Poland. : El cuaderno de Rutka / Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust (Spanish Edition) () by Rutka Laskier and a great.

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O livro divide-se em duas partes. What made the book interesting enough to finish was the added history, information, references, and photographs that was added by historians, and people who knew Rutka or researched her life and those of fellow Polish Jews. In one scene, a brutal murder is juxtaposed el cuaderno de rutka a wedding ceremony; a greater contrast is harder to imagine.

Use Expedited Shipping to get it by Jan. Want to Read saving…. See other items More 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.

Maria Carmo, Lisbon, 6 February 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 el cuaderno de rutka them and does not go el cuaderno de rutka much details about them.

Feb 23, Petra rated it did cuaderbo like it. It’s a mere 86 pages and it took me just shy of a week to read. Rutka’s Notebook is very slim, all of 90 pages if I remember correctly, with the afterwords included, and is still something everyone interested in the Holocaust and Holocaust survivors should read. Aug 27, Sonia Hardy rated it it was amazing. Now I am terrified when I see uniforms. At the end rl the book, there is a very good bibliography listing other diaries from the holocaust years.


For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab. Rutka Laskier barely lived to her teenage years. Ella era tan cruda. This book is a diary of a 14 year old Polish girl who lived in a polish ghetto before eventually being sent off to a concentration camp where she was killed. A Young Girl Grows Up See all thebookmine has no other items for sale.

I gave el cuaderno de rutka book five stars because it is an insightful, newly discovered historical document which has been very well presented by its editors. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Returns: All pages are intact. Este es un libro que no puede vivir sin las explicaciones. 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 ve circumstances under which this diary was written unfortunately were those experienced by the Jewish population in the ghetto.


When I pass by a German, everything shrinks in me. Citations are based on reference standards. Rutka’s Notebook opens on January 19, just as the Nazi troops were making their way to her dd, Bedzin, Poland. This is a diary from an approximate four month period from a teenage girl. I am writing this as if nothing has happened.


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Now, after 60 years, that notebook hs been recovered, opening a unique, moving window into everyday life of Polish Jews caught in the throes of Adolf Hitler’s Final Solution. This young diarist was an intelligent young dee with everything to live for but all the time knew what was going to happen to her.

A Voice from the Holocaust by Rutka Laskier. Rutka’s Notebook is one cuarerno 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.

They give such a depth of feeling and emotion – a true testament to what was lost. She had an extended vocabulary which made me have to think.


And then mixed in are some incredibly deep thoughts about happiness and freedom and life itself. She hides the diary and arranges with Stanislawa to find and keep it. She lives in Poland while Hitler is putting people into the concentration camps. Rutka’s friend went back to the house where Rutka’s family lived after the war and retrieved the notebook as she had promised Rutka before they were seperated.

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