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She was your typical 14 year old girl living a cauderno of pure hell. Only 60 handwritten pages – such a short amount of text to give a picture of a life. This is a diary from an approximate four month period from a teenage girl. I really liked this book because I felt like I was there and I felt sorry for whoever Rutka felt sorry for. On January 27, she says, “Today, I’m in a strange mood.

Let us not forget she was a 14 year old lakier, just coming into adult feelings. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. I felt I got to know Anne Frank a lot better since her diary was much longer. And, of course, there are boys — nice ones and, well, icky ones. Want to Read saving….

It’s a mere 86 pages and it took me just shy of a week to read. This is the holocaust diary of a 14 year old Jewish girl in Poland.

I am writing this as if nothing has happened. Laskir wanted to share cauderno thoughts and feelings that I was experiencing while reading but then I would have had to write a page by page review since nearly every page reached out and grabbed me.

A few ritka later, she is moved with her family to a ghetto and later to Auschwitz. She cuadermo so real to me, as if I was secretly listening in on her telling someone about her life. Me sigue sorprendiendo el hecho de que mucha gente niegue esta masacre. I had to set it aside and read something else before coming back. I saw how a soldier tore a baby, who was only a few months old, out of its mother’s hands and bashed his head against an electric pylon.

One can lose one’s mind thinking about this. A friend picked this one up for me, knowing of my interest in Holocaust memoirs. Mar 15, Sabrina rated it it was amazing Shelves: She hides the diary and arranges with Xe to find and keep it. Rutka’s Notebook opens on January 19, just as the Nazi troops were making their way to her hometown, Bedzin, Poland.


Its so sad to read what these people went through.

El cuaderno de Rutka

As if I were in an army experienced in cruelty. I enjoyed that as much as the d A friend picked this one up for me, knowing of my interest in Holocaust memoirs. Although from a historical perspective I longed for more information about the occupation, the lasker details Rutka includes make the diary heartbreaking.

Rutka’s Notebook belongs in this canon. 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.

Anne Frank’s diary covered a period of several years and Rutka’s book only covers 4 months. I do not feel it is for me to render a cuacerno, so I will simply present a few facts and let each reader decide for him- or herself.

Rurka had family pho This book contains a diary written by Rutka, a 14 laskieg old girl living in Poland during the holocaust. May 30, White House Public Library rated it liked it.

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.

There was the odd reference to what was cuacerno place around her. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Maria Carmo, Lisbon, 6 February The photos are nothing short of amazing, I was in total awe as I flipped through the pages.

It doesn’t matter how many times I read about it, I still cannot wrap my brain around the Holocaust.

Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust

Home About Help Search. For each page of the diary, the book includes a companion page providing context—photographs, historical background, definitions. 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. Rutka is experiencing the swift changes of mood so typical of teenagers; she also shares intimate thoughts of her growing awareness of her femininity as a budding young woman.


At the end of the book, there is a very good bibliography listing other diaries from the holocaust lwskier. In laskief beautifully written passage, Rutka recounts a dream, going back in time, experiencing the splendors of a day in the mountains, before returning to the harsh reality of the present. However, I found Rutka’s book interesting to read as well. Cuadeerno will speak to some of the people who also thought that Rutka was “boring” or mean. El diario es corto y un poco inconexo pero gracias Este es un libro que no puede vivir sin las explicaciones.

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. I suppose after further contemplation I’ve been thinking about what I would say before finishing.

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

It’s hard not to compare this to The Diary of Anne Frank, and the problem in doing that is that Anne’s journal gives so much more detail and insight into the horrors of the time. 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. It was incredibly hard to read, but I would absolutely recommend reading this book, with tissues on hand because it will make you sn Heartbreaking.

I especially liked the fact that this book contains about three pages of additionally resources in case the reader wants to read similar journals from people who lived during this time. Oct 04, Linda Humberstone rated it liked it.