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Your Name is Renee Ruth Kapp Hartzs Story as a Hidden Child (Paperback)
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Your Name is Renee Ruth Kapp Hartzs Story as a Hidden Child (Paperback)

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Paperback 240 Pages / Published: 01/02/2002
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Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
ISBN: 9780195154993
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 295 g
Dimensions: 203 x 133 x 19 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Well-turned book... Cretzmeyer weaves in historical background to situate young readers, and...provides an unusually complete and clear account of a supremely turbulent experience."--Publishers Weekly
"Ruth Kapp's story supplies another piece of the history of the Holocaust...A compelling story, recommended for all collections."--Library Journal
"This moving biographical memoir details the horrendous life in hiding so many Jews experienced.... Cretzmeyer weaves imaginative narrative segments with more historical passages, bringing both the personal experience of Ruth Kapp and the factual record of the time into unblinking perspective.... A
book that blends passion and terror with hope and perseverance in the shadow of this century's most shameful moment."--Bloomsbury Review
"A compelling and cogent description of one brave individual's personal travail during the Holocaust. The Ruth Hartz story should be appreciated by all Americans who cherish human freedom and individual dignity."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, U.S. Senator (New York)
"A beautifully written book that dramatically captures the family on the run through the eyes of the child and through her voice."--The French Review


"Well-turned book... Cretzmeyer weaves in historical background to situate young readers, and...provides an unusually complete and clear account of a supremely turbulent experience."--Publishers Weekly
"Ruth Kapp's story supplies another piece of the history of the Holocaust...A compelling story, recommended for all collections."--Library Journal
"This moving biographical memoir details the horrendous life in hiding so many Jews experienced.... Cretzmeyer weaves imaginative narrative segments with more historical passages, bringing both the personal experience of Ruth Kapp and the factual record of the time into unblinking perspective.... A
book that blends passion and terror with hope and perseverance in the shadow of this century's most shameful moment."--Bloomsbury Review
"A compelling and cogent description of one brave individual's personal travail during the Holocaust. The Ruth Hartz story should be appreciated by all Americans who cherish human freedom and individual dignity."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, U.S. Senator (New York)
"A beautifully written book that dramatically captures the family on the run through the eyes of the child and through her voice."--The French Review

"Well-turned book... Cretzmeyer weaves in historical background to situate young readers, and...provides an unusually complete and clear account of a supremely turbulent experience."--Publishers Weekly
"Ruth Kapp's story supplies another piece of the history of the Holocaust...A compelling story, recommended for all collections."--Library Journal
"This moving biographical memoir details the horrendous life in hiding so many Jews experienced.... Cretzmeyer weaves imaginative narrative segments with more historical passages, bringing both the personal experience of Ruth Kapp and the factual record of the time into unblinking perspective.... A book that blends passion and terror with hope and perseverance in the shadow of this century's most shameful moment."--Bloomsbury Review
"A compelling and cogent description of one brave individual's personal travail during the Holocaust. The Ruth Hartz story should be appreciated by all Americans who cherish human freedom and individual dignity."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, U.S. Senator (New York)
"A beautifully written book that dramatically captures the family on the run through the eyes of the child and through her voice."--The French Review


"Well-turned book... Cretzmeyer weaves in historical background to situate young readers, and...provides an unusually complete and clear account of a supremely turbulent experience."--Publishers Weekly


"Ruth Kapp's story supplies another piece of the history of the Holocaust...A compelling story, recommended for all collections."--Library Journal


"This moving biographical memoir details the horrendous life in hiding so many Jews experienced.... Cretzmeyer weaves imaginative narrative segments with more historical passages, bringing both the personal experience of Ruth Kapp and the factual record of the time into unblinking perspective.... A book that blends passion and terror with hope and perseverance in the shadow of this century's most shameful moment."--Bloomsbury Review


"A compelling and cogent description of one brave individual's personal travail during the Holocaust. The Ruth Hartz story should be appreciated by all Americans who cherish human freedom and individual dignity."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, U.S. Senator (New York)


"A beautifully written book that dramatically captures the family on the run through the eyes of the child and through her voice."--The French Review




"Well-turned book... Cretzmeyer weaves in historical background to situate young readers, and...provides an unusually complete and clear account of a supremely turbulent experience."--Publishers Weekly


"Ruth Kapp's story supplies another piece of the history of the Holocaust...A compelling story, recommended for all collections."--Library Journal


"This moving biographical memoir details the horrendous life in hiding so many Jews experienced.... Cretzmeyer weaves imaginative narrative segments with more historical passages, bringing both the personal experience of Ruth Kapp and the factual record of the time into unblinking perspective.... A book that blends passion and terror with hope and perseverance in the shadow of this century's most shameful moment."--Bloomsbury Review


"A compelling and cogent description of one brave individual's personal travail during the Holocaust. The Ruth Hartz story should be appreciated by all Americans who cherish human freedom and individual dignity."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, U.S. Senator (New York)


"A beautifully written book that dramatically captures the family on the run through the eyes of the child and through her voice."--The French Review


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