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Number the Stars por Lois Lowry
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Number the Stars (original 1989; edição 1998)

por Lois Lowry (Autor)

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In 1943, during the German occupation of Denmark, ten-year-old Annemarie learns how to be brave and courageous when she helps shelter her Jewish friend from the Nazis.
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Título:Number the Stars
Autores:Lois Lowry (Autor)
Informação:Laurel Leaf (1998), Edition: 1998, 136 pages
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"Mailbox", Intermediate, Oct/Nov 1992
  AprilGraziano | Jul 26, 2021 |
This historical story is written for a younger audience, and tells the story of a prototypical Danish family protecting a Jewish girl from the Nazis. While the story focuses on two little girls, the book does a nice job of instilling the kind of fear that was pervasive at the time, and also the stoic resolve of the Danes to protect themselves and their fellow citizens regardless of beliefs. There is a wonderful story of King Christian riding around on his horse, and when the Nazis asked about his bodyguards, they were told all citizens of Denmark were his guards. Lowry's afterword was excellent too. ( )
  skipstern | Jul 11, 2021 |
Interesting to read after a quarter century... Doesn't *quite* live up to how much I loved it as a kid--mostly the writing is a little clunky--but still a solid grade school read for the subject matter. ( )
  LibroLindsay | Jun 18, 2021 |
The first time I ever read this book was in my 4th grade English class. I do not think I fully understood the history behind the novel and or the weight it holds, which is why I believe this would be a great book to explore with my middle school aged students. I had the opportunity to read this novel again in one of my college classes and gained a whole new perspective on it. Number the Stars is set in 1943, and for Annemarie Johansen, life in Copenhagen is a complicated mix of ordinary home life, school time, food shortages, and the constant presence of Nazi soldiers. As the German troops begin their campaign to relocate all the Jews of Denmark, the Johansens take in Annemarie's best friend, Ellen Rosen, and pretend she is part of the family. The girls live like sisters, until it becomes clears something more needs to be done to save Ellen, her family, and the Jews of Denmark. In this tale of an entire nation's heroism, the story of the Danish Resistance and their plan to smuggle the entire Jewish population of Denmark (nearly seven thousand people) across the sea to Sweden is told with hope and pride through Annemarie's eyes. Lois Lowry allows you to put yourself in this young girl's shoes and truly feel like you are living life during WWll and the Holocaust. Number the Stars could be incorporated into an English or history class and could be used for many lessons, such as lessons over World War ll, the Holocaust, historical fiction, or the importance of bravery. I recommend this novel to those that enjoy learning about history, stories based on true events, and do not mind shedding a tear or two. This is an incredible story that all students will enjoy and learn a lot from! ( )
  Madimurphy33 | Apr 20, 2021 |
Number the Stars is a classic award-winning book about the times of WWII. It is set in Denmark and tells the story of two families and the hardships and experiences they endured through WWII between the Germans and the Nazis. I read this book for the first time in fifth grade, and have kept it ever since with my original annotations. I would recommend this book to any of my History or English teachers. I read it as young as 10 years old, and the knowledge and awe of the book has stayed with me all this time. This is an excellent read for anyone. ( )
  KennedyWeldon | Mar 26, 2021 |
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Jan Mark (Carousel 15, Summer 2000)
Morally speaking, Denmark had a 'good war' after it surrendered to the Nazis in 1940. Notably absent from factual and fictional tales of derring-do, the very real heroism of its civilian population is celebrated in Lowry's quiet but stirring story, based on real events, which tell of one family's successful bid to send their Jewish friends to safety in neutral Sweden. Instead of comic-strip heroics with implausible intervention by implausible kids, she gives us a situation in which children must be included because they cannot be excluded, fearfully endangered but willing parties to an ethical struggle. The happy ending is entirely credible, even to those old enough to know what might have happened instead. Category: Older.
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CCBC (Cooperative Children's Book Center Choices, 1989)
Ten-year-old Annemarie, living in occupied Denmark during World War 11, must test the limits of her own courage when she and her family assist their Jewish friends in their escape from the Nazis. Flawlessly interwoven into her personal account are details of the historic and heroic Movement in which Denmark, as a nation, successfully resisted the attempts of the Nazis to exterminate Danish Jews. With their varying degrees of knowledge, each character represents a model of courage in a fast-paced story about individual and collective response to evil. Honor book, 1989 CCBC Newbery Discussion. CCBC Category: Fiction For Young Readers. 1989, Houghton Mifflin, , $12.95. Ages 8-12.
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