Daniels Story

Daniels Story Can Daniel Survive History S Deadliest Moment Daniel Barely Remembers Leading A Normal Life Before The Nazis Came To Power In 1933 He Can Still Picture Once Being Happy And Safe, But Memories Of Those Days Are Fading As He And His Family Face The Dangers Threatening Jews In Hitler S Germany In The Late 1930s No Longer Able To Practice Their Religion, Vote, Own Property, Or Even Work, Daniel S Family Is Forced From Their Home In Frankfurt And Sent On A Long And Dangerous Journey, First To The Lodz Ghetto In Poland, And Then To Auschwitz The Nazi Death Camp.Though Many Around Him Lose Hope In The Face Of Such Terror, Daniel, Supported By His Courageous Family, Struggles For Survival He Finds Hope, Life, And Even Love In The Midst Of Despair.Although Daniel Is A Fictitious Character, His Story Was Inspired By The Real Experiences Of Many Of The Than One Million Children Who Died In The Holocaust Daniel S Story Was Published In Conjunction With An Exhibit Called Daniel S Story Remember The Children At The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum In Washington, D.C. This is a story about a fictional, teenage, Jewish character, Daniel, as he is living during the Holocaust Although Daniel has been created by the author, the situations, settings, nightmares and facts of life during the Holocaust are real As a teacher, I highly recommend this book for teaching students about WWII, the Holocaust, hate and prejudice My students were shocked and in disbelief to learn about the horrors Jews were forced into during this time period A great DVD to supplement the This is a story about a fictional, teenage, Jewish character, Daniel, as he is living during the Holocaust Although Daniel has been created by the author, the situations, settings, nightmares and facts of life during the Holocaust are real As a teacher, I highly recommend this book for teaching students about WWII, the Holocaust, hate and prejudice My students were shocked and in disbelief to learn about the h
I loved this book the first time I read it Then I read it again when I was older and got a whole new look at it The book realy makes you think about what happened back then. Daniel s Story by Carol Matas is historical fiction but so realistic that the U.S Holocaust Museum has a whole floor with an exhibit called Daniel s Story which follows the exact story from the book My grandmother bought me the book while we were on a trip and saw the museum.The books follows the story of Daniel who is Jewish and lives in Frankfurt, Germany in the 1930 s As Daniel tells his own story, you experience just a little bit of what it was like for Jewish kids who lived in Germany Daniel s Story by Carol Matas is historical fiction but so realistic that the U.S Holocaust Museum has a whole floor with an exhibit called Daniel s Story which follows the exact story from the book My grandmother bought me the book while we were on a trip and saw the museum.The books follows the story of Daniel who is Jewish and lives in Frankfurt, Germany in the 1930 s As Daniel tells his own story, you experience just a little bit of what it was like for Jewish kids who lived in Germany just before and during World War II with Adolf Hitler as their leader Most everybody knows the history of World War II, specifically about Germany, Hitler, and the horrible stuff he did to Jewish people in Germany and other countries when the Germans took over them.Daniel begins with a normal li
This book is my all time favorite Its a great book, for children all alike This book will give children the basic overview of life for a jewish boy in Nazi germany before, during, and after the war I recommend this book for all those who attend the grades 4 6 A great read for the adults as well. This was the first of many, many books I read about the children of the Holocaust I still think it s the best It s pretty brutal in parts, but parents shouldn t fear exposing their children to this wonderful book. I enjoyed Daniel s Story in that it followed many of the other books that I had read about the Holocaust.Books, Night , The Devil s Arithmetic and the Warsaw Ghetto , just to mention a few.Matas did a good job collecting and researching the stories to put together for Daniel s Story. Just re read it after a remindersaddest happiest well no maybe just saddest book ever. This book was well written, buy personally some parts were a little too graphic Really puts into perspective of how terrible the Holocaust was. Daniel s Story Daniel s Story is about a Jewish kid who wanted to be a photographer and him and his family tried to hide from the Germans They hid for as long as they could inside the attic with little food, water and no bathroom Daniel s mother and brother were killed first out of the family because they tried to go to the hospital and get supplies and other stuff they needed Daniel and his father were caught when they tried to go out and find Daniel s mother When the they got put on a truc Daniel s Story Daniel s Story is about a Jewish kid who wanted to be a photographer and him and his family tried to hide from the Germans They hid for as long as they could inside the attic with
I just finished this book this morning I had a thought the other week that I should try to read my kids something about the holocaust I remember that my first exposure to that time period happened in Middle school in the classroom I would rather have some conversations about that with my children at home so that when they learn about that part of history they will not be.surprised I m not sure exactly why I also feel like learning of that time period can spark many good conversations wit I just finished this book this morning I had a thought the other week that I should try to read my kids something about the holocaust I remember that my first exposure to that time period happened in Middle school in the classroom I would rather have some conversations about that with my children at home so that when they learn about that part of history they will not be.surprised I m not sure exactly why I also feel like learning of that time period can spark many good conversations with my children about the dangers of hate and how quickly good people can begin to act abominably if they are not careful.One of our family s favorite books on that topic is called For those I Loved by Martin Gray This however would not be a great choice for