El cuaderno de Rutka by Rutka Laskier, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Buy a discounted Hardcover of El Cuaderno de Rutka = Rutka’s Notebook online of fourteen-year-old Rutka Laskier, a young Jewish girl from Bedzin, Poland. : El cuaderno de Rutka / Rutka’s Notebook: A Voice from the Holocaust (Spanish Edition) () by Rutka Laskier and a great.

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Let us not forget she was a 14 year old child, just coming into adult feelings. I also liked how on the other side of the page, there were interesting facts about the war.

A tiny photograph of Rutka is printed in the top ed corner of each of her entries, so that you must look into her eyes after turning each page. 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.

El cuaderno de Rutka has ratings and 69 reviews. I enjoyed that as much as the diary itself. At the end of the book, there is a very good dl listing other diaries from the holocaust years. This young diarist was an intelligent young lady with everything to live for but all the time knew what was going to happen to her.

Maria Carmo, Lisbon, 6 Ruutka Although the notebook gives some interesting insight into what was happening cuadermo the people in the ghetto, it can be difficult to relate to some of the people since Rutka already el cuaderno de rutka them and does not go el cuaderno de rutka much details about them.

She lives in Poland while Hitler is putting people into the concentration camps. It made me happy to see she was experiencing the things all teens think about.

As if I were in an army experienced in cruelty.

Maria Carmo, Lisbon, 6 February Dust cover may be missing or if present may have moderate wear. I would not have read it if the guy sitting next to me on my flight from Chicago to Seoul had not finished it and given it to me. A wonderful book that highlights all the things teenagers go through, friendship, loyalties, arguments, the beginnings of attraction to the opposite sex but the tragic circumstances under which this diary was written unfortunately were those experienced by the Jewish population in the ghetto.


Rutka Laskier’s diary is much shorter than Anne’s however. This does not imply any lesser value from a testimonial point of view, this being ccuaderno relevant document about the atrocities committed during the holocaust.

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. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Returns: Rutka’s friend went back to the house rutks Rutka’s family lived after the war and retrieved the notebook as she had promised Rutka before they were seperated. Against this backdrop of adolescent normalcy is the brutality of the Nazi regime dw the horrific events she has to witness at such a young age.

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Zlata Filipovic’s diary, written much later during the brutal war in her native Sarajevo has also been hailed as the next Anne Frank. But she left behind a notebook cuaderbo which she recorded her thoughts, fears and dreams.

This book is a diary of a 14 year rutma Polish girl who lived in a polish ghetto before eventually being sent off to a concentration camp where she was killed.

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I found the diary itself rather disappointing; very typical of a 14 year old girl, concerned with friends, boys, etc. Recovered after 60 years, the notebook opens a unique and moving window into the everyday life of Polish Jews caught in the throes of Hitler’s Final Solution. An interesting read from the perspective of a year-old witnessing the horrors of the Nazi occupation in Poland.

For the young reader, there is a wealth of supplemental material, with background information on the Laskier family, the Holocaust, how Rutka’s notebook was rediscovered after so many years, how Rutka’s father, Yaakov, survived to establish a new life and family in Israel, the quest of Zahava, a daughter by Yaakov’s second marriage, to get to know the half-sister she never met.

Have one to sell? This is a diary from an approximate four month period from a el cuaderno de rutka girl. This young diarist was A wonderful book that highlights all the things teenagers go through, friendship, loyalties, arguments, the beginnings of attraction to the opposite sex but the tragic circumstances under which this diary was written unfortunately were those experienced by the Jewish population in the ghetto.


There are 1 items available. Mar 15, Sabrina rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was incredibly hard to read, but I would absolutely recommend reading this book, with tissues on hand because it will make you sniff at the very least. An 82 year old friend of Rutka’s held onto to her diary for 61 years.

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I found this book at a discount store and with my interest in the Holocaust I couldn’t pass it up. 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. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

It’s publication created a sensation in Poland and Israel. 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 cannot begin to imagine what it was like set against the backdrop of the war and the knowledge of the holocaust yes they knew what was happening and feared it every second. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab.

Children, after all, comprised the most vulnerable and persecuted population of Nazi oppression. She has the typical friend family and boy drama, but she also has the adult thinking of starvation exterminations and freedom If you are a fan of nonfiction war history seen through the eyes of children and don’t mind the journal format than this is the book for you.

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. A short but revealing look at Poland in Imperial, Missouri, United States.