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A few days later, she is moved with her family to a ghetto and later to Auschwitz. She felt so real to me, as cuaverno I was secretly listening in on her telling someone about her life. The 6 million were individuals. But she left behind a notebook in which she recorded her thoughts, fears and dreams.

A non-Jewish friend had promised to retrieve the diary from its hiding place should Rutka not survive, and it was kept for 60 years by Rutka’s friend before being brought to light. This cuaerno is particularly interesting – she’s been dubbed “the Polish Anne Frank,” and her diary does remind me of Anne’s somewhat.

A moving read on a young life cut short due to the Holocaust. Learn the lessons it attempts to teach so that we as a society never allow such horrible evil deeds to happen ever again. 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.

I really liked this book because I felt like I was there and I felt sorry for whoever Rutka felt sorry for. She could be any other young girl—except that her life is stolen from her.

Rutka’s Notebook opens on January 19, just as the Nazi troops were making their way to her hometown, Bedzin, Poland.

General Contemporary Fiction English Language. I know it hurt and scared her but fear apparently became so common her ability to process it was suppressed as a result of her own self preservation mechanisms. I enjoyed that as much as the d A friend picked this one up for me, knowing of my interest in Holocaust memoirs. Rutka’s Notebook is one 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.


One can lose one’s mind thinking about this. The diary is accompanied by photographs, and followed by commentary placing it in context. Too Fast 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. Este es un libro que no eutka vivir sin las explicaciones.


This is Rutka Laskier’s take on the Holocaust as she lived it. When I pass by a German, everything shrinks in me. 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. I also liked how on the other side of the page, there were interesting facts about the war.

She wrote at one point, “I’m turning into an animal waiting to die”. Ambas nacieron en y ambas perecieron en esta cruda guerra. Nov 21, AnnaMay rated it liked it. Hopefully as they mature the memory of this book will surface and they will be ashamed by their words.

However, the editors have added in some very interesting photos, historical documents, and commentary that really made the book come alive for me. Preview — Rutka’s Notebook by Rutka Laskier. Rutka is a happy girl with an active intellect. Hardcover90 pages.

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

Nov 13, Sam Wilkinson rated it it was amazing. May she rest in peace. Rutka witnessed unimaginable cauderno that no human would wish to witness and though both girls perished in the Shoah, their lives were very different, and this is reflected in their writings. Mar 25, Daniel L.

Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. The book also includes footnotes for a few things that were unclear. I will speak to some of the people who also thought that Rutka was “boring” or mean. This boo This book takes just an hour to read and does a nice job of putting her 50 pages of diary in historical context. I could only take it in small doses. Zahava had family pho This book contains a diary written by Rutka, a 14 year old girl living in Poland during the holocaust.


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.

Want to Rutks saving…. 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.

I do not feel 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. It made me happy to see she was experiencing the things all teens think about. I cried laskir and felt bitter anger at the unfairness and inhumane end Rutka and so many like her endured.

Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust

The E-mail message field is required. Seeing the pictures of the ghettos and the people who both died and survived brought the whole thing into perspective.

It was incredibly hard to read, laskjer I would absolutely recommend reading this book, with tissues on hand because it will make you sniff at the very least. Just a moment while we lqskier you in to your Goodreads account. She writes, as would any 14 year old girl, anywhere, ever, of books, her friends, crushes and how her intimate feelings are changing, but set against a background of persecution, and unimaginable brutality that she witnessed first hand.

It doesn’t matter how many rutkw I read about it, I still cannot wrap my brain around the Holocaust. Laskieg some of the entr 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. While published as an adult book, it is perhaps best suited to young adult readers–those who have read the Diary of Anne Frank, for instance.