My Holocaust Story : Hanna

  • Title: My Holocaust Story : Hanna
  • Author: Goldie Alexander
  • ISBN: 9781743629673
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
  • My Holocaust Story Hanna Hanna Kaminsky loves gymnastics her best friend Eva Elza s chicken soup with dumplings and reading But in September the happy life that Hanna has always known disappears The Nazis have invaded
    Hanna Kaminsky loves gymnastics, her best friend Eva, Elza s chicken soup with dumplings and reading But in September 1939 the happy life that Hanna has always known disappears The Nazis have invaded Poland and are herding all Jews into ghettos in the cities Hanna s family are forced into hiding in the countryside For a while it seems they are safe But hiding from theHanna Kaminsky loves gymnastics, her best friend Eva, Elza s chicken soup with dumplings and reading But in September 1939 the happy life that Hanna has always known disappears The Nazis have invaded Poland and are herding all Jews into ghettos in the cities Hanna s family are forced into hiding in the countryside For a while it seems they are safe But hiding from the Germans means trusting others Rounded up by the SS, Hanna and her family are sent to the Warsaw Ghetto where they must use whatever skills they have to survive.

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    About Goldie Alexander


    1. Goldie was born in Melbourne just before the 2nd World War Her parents had migrated from Poland in the late 1920 s, and when she was small, she hardly spoke any English Her earliest memories are of a time when young children were allowed to wander the streets without anyone worrying too much about them getting into trouble.Her first four Young Adult books were Dolly Fiction novels published under the pseudonym of Gerri Lapin Her first book under her own name, Mavis Road Medley is a time travel fiction exploring the world of Princes Hill and her parents struggles to survive the Depression Since then Goldie has written than 80 books, and many prize winning short stories and articles.These days Goldie works full time as a writer, teaches creative writing and takes workshops in Universities, TAFE colleges, clubs and schools.She known for her historical, science fiction and mystery novels, plus her short stories and non fiction such as Mentoring Your Memoir.When Goldie isn t writing and revising, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, watching movies and DVD s, knitting and walking She says these are her ways of coming up with ideas My Australian Story Surviving Sydney Cove is now in its 10th edition Mavis Road Medley Margaret Hamilton Books 1991 was chosen by the Victorian Australian Centre for Youth Literature as one of their 150 treasures.Some of her latest books include 3 collections of short stories for young readers, Killer Virus, Horrible Cousins, and Space Footy Her crime stories for children is the series A PI Hedgeburners and Car Crimes Her latest historical fiction for young readers is The Youngest Camelleer Gallipoli Medals Just out are the YA Dessi s Romance and That Stranger Next Door For middle grade readers eSIde, a Journey into Cyberspace , Neptunia and for Junior readers Gallipoli Medals For adults a paranormal romance Penelope s Ghost Latest YA verse novel is In Hades and the middle grade My Holocaust Story Hanna


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    1. Hanna: my holocaust story was a fictional book about the Warsaw Ghetto. Hanna Kaminsky is a Jewish girl living in Poland. When the Nazi's invade her family is forced to flee to a farm house in the countryside. They thought they were safe, but someone dobs them in and the Nazi's rounded them up. In the ghetto there is hardly any essentials and they are forced to survive with one tenth of the German rations. All around them many people die and Hanna's family count themselves as lucky. they have fo [...]

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    2. Tragic but historic WW11 circumstances are a special challenge for authors and for readers,especially those books with Holocaust in the title. But Hanna's story has the feisty spirit of a young girl gymnast who courageously balances war-time deprivations, with her Jewish family in the Warsaw ghetto and still helps others. What gives this story the edge is the compassion and pacing, which does not make it overwhelming for the reader. Extremely well researched and evokes place and time well. The s [...]

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    3. It is 1939, Nazi had attacked Poland. Hanna and her family are hiding in a farm with Elza, the housekeeper, at her mum's farm. But Nazi found them and took them to Warsaw ghetto. The challenge they ha to take is fighting off diseases. One by one Hanna's family began to die. She and her brother are forced to get out of the ghetto and hide with the other Jewish in the forest where they had to use whatever skills they have to survive. What I like most about this book is that Hanna and her brother a [...]

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    4. This Book was sad but good, its was about Hanna and her family fighting for there lives. Hanna and her family went through so much together, but the was no end to the killing or starvation in the ghetto. Other then the Nazi's Starving and Killing the Jewish people, there was some good stuff going on in the ghetto too. Hanna had been reunited with her best friend, and she could practice her dance routine sometimes. I think the book was a good book but I wouldn't recommend it because it is really [...]

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    5. Story of a young girl caught up in the holocaust, some familiar parts, but ultimately felt like a sanitised version of history in order not to upset young minds. Fair but nothing you would remember in a little while.

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    6. This book focuses on the ghetto. Is a great book with a happy ending!

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