É Read ☆ Hidden: A Child's Story of the Holocaust by Loic Dauvillier ☆ izmirescort.pro
É Read ☆ Hidden: A Child's Story of the Holocaust by Loic Dauvillier ☆ This is an excellent story of a young Jewish girl in Paris who survives the Nazi domination by hiding with protectors It is told with such an authentic voice and with such immediacy that even young school age children will gain an understanding of that incomprehensible time.
With older students this could be paired with Sarah s Key for some very complex discussions.
In This Gentle, Poetic Young Graphic Novel, Dounia, A Grandmother, Tells Her Granddaughter The Story Even Her Son Has Never Heard How, As A Young Jewish Girl In Paris, She Was Hidden Away From The Nazis By A Series Of Neighbors And Friends Who Risked Their Lives To Keep Her Alive When Her Parents Had Been Taken To Concentration Camps Hidden Ends On A Tender Note, With Dounia And Her Mother Rediscovering Each Other As World War II Ends And A Young Girl In Present Day France Becoming Closer To Her Grandmother, Who Can Finally, After All Those Years, Tell Her Story With Words By Lo C Dauvillier And Art By Marc Lizano And Greg Salsedo, This Picture Book Style Comic For Young Readers Is A Touching read I m surprised no reviews mentioned the scene about Isaac having to pull husband s pants down I don t think circumcism is an appropriate topic for me to talk with my young students about I m returning the book because I don t want it on my shelf for them to read even though the story is told well Age is way off This a gorgeous book, even though it is on such a serious topic At first, I did not realize it was a graphic novel, but when I started to read it, I seriously could not put it down Its title is accurate, and it gives kids a unique perspective on the Holocaust, one they might have an easier time understaning.
Beautiful story More appropriate for 12 year old.
Splendid story of the plight of Jews in Nazi occupied France A grandmother tells her granddaughter her story of the holocaust and how she was taken care of by a French family when her parents were carted off to a concentration camp one night A beautiful, moving story that manages to tell the heartbreak and tragedy from a young child s perspective The child is not told much of what is really going on, just enough to know the danger and that something very bad is happening The adults are trying to protect a small part of her childhood innocence in the middle of all this horror This makes Hidden a perfect first book on the holocaust for younger children, as the content is kept very age appropriate for about Gr 2 3 and up I m impressed with the quality and reality of the tale while being sensitive to its younger audience I love the art which is typically French and also use