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Hitler's Daughter av Jackie French
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Hitler's Daughter (urspr publ 1999; utgåvan 2004)

av Jackie French (Författare)

Serier: Hitler trilogy (2)

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After hearing a fictional tale about Hitler's daughter, Mark, an Australian boy, wonders what it would be like if someone he loved and trusted turned out to be evil.
Medlem:Carlson-Eastvold
Titel:Hitler's Daughter
Författare:Jackie French (Författare)
Info:Scholastic, Inc. (2004), 121 pages
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This book is essentially useless for Holocaust studies. We have a frame story with a boy listening to a supposedly made-up story by one of his classmate about Hitler's daughter. My major issue with this book is that, because Hitler's daughter is malformed and has a birthmark covering her face, she is kept hidden and secluded - completely separate from the war. We learn nothing about the Holocaust from Heidi (Hitler's daughter) since all news is censored from her; nearly nothing about WWII (just a little about rationing); and nothing about Hitler himself (since he's barely a fleeting ghost in his daughter's life). Completely useless and pointless. ( )
  benuathanasia | Feb 28, 2016 |
Set in Australia. Mark, Anna, her sister Tracey, and Ben meet up at the bus stop every morning. Anna's younger sister likes 'The Story Game' where each child makes up a story. When it is Anna's turn, she starts to tell them about Hitler's make-believe daughter, Heidi, who had a birth defect and was hidden from public view. Mark starts to think deeply about the issues raised by Anna's story and can't wait to hear more. What if Hitler did have a secret daughter, and what if she did escape the bunker and make her way to Australia? This book is a way to view this part of history through a different lens. Interesting. ( )
  DebbieMcCauley | Oct 17, 2015 |
This is an interesting story, about the made up daughter of Hitler. Her friend are trying to figure out how a girl can have such an evil father, but yet not be like that. This would be an interesting choice for a classroom. It would lead into discussion on the topic about the Holocaust and all that that has involved, which would have to be an older age level because I don't think that is something that younger children should have knowledge about yet. All in all this was a good book.
  RebeccaRunning | Oct 18, 2013 |
What if Hitler had a daughter? And what if this daughter was born with imperfections? And what if this daughter was hidden away from the public?

Anna tells the story of Hitler’s daughter each morning at the bus stop to her friends, and the friends are captivated. Mark, especially, is intrigued, and the story provokes Mark into questioning many of the things he has always assumed.

Ignore the trite cover. Ignore the scary title. This is a book that will encourage thoughtful discussion, I think. ( )
  debnance | May 5, 2013 |
Hitler's Daughter is an interesting book that is suitable for all ages to read and enjoy. The book is about three children whose names are Mark, Anna and 'little' Stacey. They were very good friends who met each other at the bus stop every morning.
When its is raining, Anna will usually tell a story, her stories are very interesting as she describes every minor deail.
  TLHelen | Oct 29, 2012 |
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