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{Kindle} The

Librarian of

Auschwitz

R.E.A.D. [BOOK]

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Gr 8 Up—Based on the true story of Holocaust survivor Dita Kraus,

this novel features a protagonist who exemplifies courage in the face of

death. Fourteen-year-old Dita is imprisoned at Auschwitz along with her

mother and father in the 'family camp.' Her work assignment is to assist

the Jewish leader in charge of Block 31, a section created to entertain

the children so that their family can work. This block has many secrets,

but the most important is that eight books were smuggled in by Jewish

prisoners. Dita has been entrusted with their care, making her 'the

Librarian of Auschwitz.' As time passes on, she becomes aware that Dr.

Mengele has taken an interest in her, and while she is terrified that

'Doctor Death' is paying attention to her, she finds the courage to

protect her books, family, and friends at all costs. Throughout, wellknown

Nazi leaders and lesser-known Jewish heroes play pivotal roles,

making the connection with the historical elements of the horrors of

Auschwitz, and later Bergen-Belsen more credible and relatable. Despite

being a fictional retelling of a true story, this novel is one that

could easily be recommended or taught alongside Elie Wiesel's Night and

The Diary of Anne Frank and a text that, once read, will never be

forgotten. VERDICT A hauntingly authentic Holocaust retelling; a must

for YA collections.—Stephanie Wilkes, Good Hope Middle School, West

Monroe, LA Read more 'an unforgettable, heartbreaking novel.'

―Publishers Weekly, starred review, on The Librarian of Auschwitz'Like

Markus Zusakâ€s The Book Thief, itâ€s a sophisticated novel with

mature themes, delivering an emotionally searing reading experience. An

important novel that will stand with other powerful testaments from the

Holocaust era.' ―Booklist, starred review, on The Librarian of

Auschwitz'This novel is one that could easily be recommended or taught

alongside Elie Wieselâ€s Night and The Diary of Anne Frank and a text

that, once read, will never be forgotten. VERDICT A hauntingly authentic

Holocaust retelling; a must for YA collections.' ―School Library

Journal, starred review, on The Librarian of Auschwitz'Though no punches

are pulled about the unimaginable atrocity of the death camps, a lifeaffirming

history.' ―Kirkus Reviews, starred review, on The Librarian

of Auschwitz'The Librarian of Auschwitz is a heartbreaking and

ultimately inspiring work of art.' ―Shelf Awareness, starred review

, on The Librarian of Auschwitz'Iturbeâ€s remarkable account uses an

immediate present tense to immerse readers in Ditaâ€s story as she goes

about what constitutes daily life in Auschwitz, all the while risking


everything to distribute and hide the libraryâ€s books.' ―The Horn

Book, starred review, on The Librarian of Auschwitz Read more See all

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