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The Devil's Arithmetic (Anglais)

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THE DEVIL'S ARITHMETIC by Jane Yolen is required reading at my school, as it is in many middle/junior high schools across the country. I've been meaning to read it for several years but never did, until my son read it this year as an eighth grader. He insisted I read it. How could I resist that?

Hannah is celebrating Passover Seder with her family. It's the same thing every year. Grandpa will get all worked up over old photos on TV, shaking his fist, screaming about the numbers on his arm, and Aunt Eva will calm him down as she always does, laying a hand on his arm, leading the same old Jewish prayers as Hannah mumbles along. But this year will be different. Hannah's brother, Aaron, will get to hide the afikoman, Hannah will get to taste real wine, and then she'll get to open the door to symbolically welcome in the prophet Elijah.

But when she opened that door, she had no idea just how different this year's celebration would be.

Instead of seeing the hallway in front of her as she expected, she sees a man coming her way, crossing a field. Confused, she turns back to her family and instead sees a strange woman, dressed even more strangely, kneading dough on a wooden table. Hannah's confusion grows as she hears herself referred to as Chaya, and discovers that these two people believe themselves to be her Aunt Gitl and Uncle Shmuel. More unbelievably, they talk about her parents' deaths, and that she herself had nearly died, sick for weeks.

Feeling like she's in a dream she can't wake up from, she finds herself pulled into wedding festivities, which includes walking to a nearby village for the celebration. There, her dream turns into a nightmare.
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I am not realy happy with the quality of the book : it was not Good, as mentionned but the prince was low-cost.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting story of the Holocaust 28 octobre 2016
Par B. K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This historical fiction tells the story of a young disinterested Jewish girl, Hannah, who is tired of hearing her Grandfather's personal stories of the Holocaust. During the celebration of the Seder, without any warning she finds herself living in the past with family in Poland. The present and the past blur - she has knowledge that no one is willing to believe. As a result she and others are put in a concentration camp where Hannah learns first hand of what her Grandfather had been speaking for so long. The young girl returns to the present Seder dinner just as abruptly as she had left, but now with a greater appreciation of her Jewish heritage and religion, and with an understanding of the significance of the numbers tattooed on the arms of her older relatives. This is well written, with an unusual telling of the Holocaust. It is not so graphic as other books covering this subject, so is appropriate for children as young as 11 or 12; but because of the subject matter, it is important to engage them in conversation and discuss the events of the Holocaust. This is a book to be shared with our younger generation - it is important not only for the Jewish people to remember this time in their history, but also for the rest of us to remember and learn.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 16 décembre 2015
Par e-ma - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The book is just incredible. It give a new perspective that we might not have considered. Though this book is amazing it is this way - now ill tell without sharing too much - because in the book it shows a hint of reality without being real and though there furiously sad parts it adds to the feel of what exactly the Jews had gone through when dealing with this insanity. I definitely recommend this to all and I believe that children, Christian - much like myself - would enjoy this book and even parents and teachers. So I definitely think it deserves a first class 5 star rating.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 I enjoyed the way the author presented the story of Hannah/Chaya 30 janvier 2017
Par Elizabeth Faye Webster - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I read this book because it was a school assignment for my sixth grade grandson, and he wanted me to read so we could talk about it. Having said that, I enjoyed the way the author presented the story of Hannah/Chaya. Compelling, easy to read with an incredibly powerful impact. I was overcome with sadness. I am sure it must have been hard for him to process fully as how could anyone not living through that time possibly conceive of what happened to those people affected by Nazi Germany. Very well done under those sad circumstances.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing Book 12 octobre 2013
Par Volleyball2000ac - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The book was really good and interesting. The only thing I would complain would be that the book's condition wasn't as good as it was supposed to be. However, the story had an interesting plot line and it kept me hooked throughout the book. I loved how most of the setting of the book took place when the Holocaust was occurring. It made the book really realistic to what it felt like to be in the concentration camps and the hardships that took place for the main character and her friends. I'm still reading this book, but I can't wait to see what will happen at the end! At first, I had my doubts about reading this book because it was so thin, but If you actually read this book, it is short and the story is AWESOME!!! I am so glad that we have to read this book for school (language arts). I look forward into reading other books by Jane Yolen or other books that have to do with the Holocaust and is historical fiction. So read this book and find out just how good this book is! You won't regret buying this book! :))).
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must read 4 novembre 2015
Par Robin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My daughter is reading this book in school and because she is dyslexic, I have started getting my own copy of her required reading so that I can help her if she needs it. This book was so good. It did a great job of telling a story of what it was probably like in a concentration camp. Being that it is written from a 12-year-old's perspective, the situations were very descriptive. It was hard to read the names and remember who belonged to what family, but other than that, it is a very educational and captivating read.
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