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Zam Nayan Nayan de L'Abergement-de-Varey, France de L'Abergement-de-Varey, France

Lecteur Zam Nayan Nayan de L'Abergement-de-Varey, France

Zam Nayan Nayan de L'Abergement-de-Varey, France

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** alerte spoiler ** J'ai adoré, mais la fin était vraiment triste ...

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** alerte spoiler ** Je n'aimais pas vraiment ce livre particulier de la saga, mais je pensais qu'il était très bon. Il y a eu les moments les plus incroyablement mignons que je trouve. J'adore la façon dont Edward demande à Bella de l'épouser, Adorable. Je pensais également que c'était très triste de voir comment Jacob avait découvert et cela avait fait ressembler Edward à un énorme con parce qu'il savait que Jacob écoutait la conversation qu'Edward et Bella avaient. Je pensais aussi que vers la fin, les choses allaient changer parce que Bella semblait si blessée quand elle parlait avec Jacob, je pensais qu'elle allait le choisir.

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Everyone should at least read chapters 2, 4-5. Oh my goodness this was such a good read once I got past the first chapter! I learned so much about Hoover and FDR and the New Deal. Very interesting stuff! There are a lot of comparisons between FDR and Obama.

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This was quite a thought-provoking book that shows the Holocaust from the perspective of a German child. Bruno's father is a Nazi officer who is stationed at Auschwitz. Bruno is extremely naive of the situation that he is living next to. While I was reading the book, I was disturbed by how extremely naive he was for a 9-year-old. After hearing the point of view of the author about why he wrote the book the way he did, I was much better with the whole thing. I think that my 6th grade students could handle reading this book, but they would definitely have to have a lot of background knowledge about WWII and the Holocaust in order to understand and appreciate the story. Also...the ending is SO SAD!!