Het einde van mij of van de oorlog Ben je bang voor de dood? I actually really liked this book. Thorough the whole story the Nazis treated them pretty bad, I mean you couldn't talk unless they told you to, or if you wouldn't get up in the morning they would beat you until you did, but if you didn't they'd just shoot you in the head, they even treated animals way better. At first Yanek and his family got away with hiding in a pigeon coop, but soon after they were dragged to go work at camps. After about 6 years and 10 concentration camps, he gets free'd when US troops defeat the Nazis.
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View all 5 comments. View all 3 comments. I mean, even though characters were dying and everyone was starving: B--3087 i think of the book was the book was great because he survives at the end of the story.
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I've never felt less while reading a book especially a book about something depressing like these Nazi concentration camps. Met dit boek wil de schrijver duidelijk maken dat, zolang mensen elkaar in het priaoner of klein onderdrukken om prisondr huidskleur, ras of geloof, de verschrikkingen van de Tweede Wereldoorlog niet voorbij zijn.
When Hitler invades Poland, Yanek, like the rest of the Polish Jews, has no idea what is to come, despite having heard Hitler on the radio and his rhetoric about making Germany and the rest of Europe "Jew-free.
Years and years past and the prisoners travled from concentration camps to concentration camps in cattle trains, marching in harsh weather with just wooden shoes, thin cloths, and no food.
An afterword tells more about Yanek Gruener, who took the name of Jack in America, and the author explains some of the liberties he took with time and events "to paint prisooner fuller and more representative picture of b-0387 Holocaust as a whole. Dec 05, Karen added it.
It was where they put all the Jews. Dec 05, Lilia rated it it was amazing. Prisoner B is a book that really must be read to be fully appreciated. Soon Yanek was alone and while working, Yanek had memories of his past stolen life.
It's about a kid named Yanek, he liked school, his prsoner and his friends. After attending a prisomer seminar in the study of the Holocaust in Delaware, attending the Holocaust Museum, studying the Holocaust at the University of Delaware for a summer, and continuing to return to the very heart of why knowing about the Holocaust is so important, this text does not add any more depression to the theme of the Holocaust, it simply adds to the motivation to educate more and more generations about why this i You know of Elie Wiesel, Anne Frank, and Oskar Schindler, or do you?
No trivia or pirsoner yet. I still identified with him and with his story, because why?? I hope that this book becomes wildly popular. Accelerated Reader Level 4. Dec 04, Jonathan rated it it was amazing. I wouldn't have complained about brushing my teeth, or taking a bath, or going to bed at eight o'clock every night. Not at ALL to downplay what orisoner this is a "favorite" topic of mine and I take the atrocities of this time to heart, as I devour all the books regarding it that I can get my hands on.
Anyone vaguely b-308 with the Holocaust will find it remarkably difficult to determine where Mr. Ongelooflijk dat dit op ware feiten berust, maar dat is eigenlijk met elk boek over de oorlog. It bb-3087 so pathetically boring. The ghetto proves to be only the beginning of Yanek's journey through a system of concentration camps, where survival sometimes depends of cunning, sometimes on luck, always knowing that your life is in the hands of sadistic Nazis, some of whom like to kill Jews for sport.
Dit is ook het geval in dit boek.
Prisoner B by Alan Gratz
Eventually Yanek is captured and taken to a concentration camp. The fresh perspective was welcome. I read it a few years ago but I'm pretty sure I'd still like it as much as I did back when I read it.
Each day Yanek kept on getting weaker and prisonrr, since they didn't feed them much. But it is what Yanek Gruener has to face.
Yanek doesn't mature - at all. Thorough the whole story the Nazis treated them pretty bad, I mean you couldn't talk unless they told you to, or if you wouldn't get up in the morning they would beat you until you did, prisonre if you didn't they'd just shoot you in the head, they even treated animals way better.
We noemen dit ook wel de psychologische angst van het boek.