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Hidden: A Child's Story of the Holocaust (edició 2014)

de Loïc Dauvillier (Autor), Greg Salsedo (Autor), Marc Lizano (Il·lustrador)

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"A grandmother shares the story of her experiences in WWII with her grandchild in this graphic novel for young readers"--
Membre:ileonr1
Títol:Hidden: A Child's Story of the Holocaust
Autors:Loïc Dauvillier (Autor)
Altres autors:Greg Salsedo (Autor), Marc Lizano (Il·lustrador)
Informació:First Second (2014), Edition: 01, 76 pages
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Valoració:****
Etiquetes:"Jews, war, historical fiction"

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I read this for LIBR 465. Such a good (and fast) read! I saw a different perspective of how people had lived back then. ( )
  ewarrington | Oct 23, 2020 |
Recommended Ages: Gr. 3-5

Plot Summary: Dounia's life changes when her dad tells her they have to be sheriffs and wear a yellow star. Suddenly her friends and teachers ignore her or are rude to her. One day, her parents tell her frantically to stay in the bottom of their armoire and not to come out until someone comes to get them. She is scared but stays in there for a very long time. When her neighbor gets her, her parents are gone. She stays with the neighbor for a bit until they try to sneak her out to the countryside. When a neighbor spots her and screams about her identity, the family she's been staying with is in deep danger too. Thankfully, the woman is able to bring the girl to the countryside where they live their new identity in hiding. Worried about her parents and about the woman's husband who distracted the police so they could escape, they have a hard time adjusting to the new location. Eventually they fall into a routine although they miss their loved ones terribly. Will they ever see them again?

Setting: France

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Recurring Themes: Holocaust, survival, kindness, hiding, secret identity,

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Personal Thoughts: I'm still not sure how I feel about this book. While I appreciate that it doesn't have the gory details about the Holocaust while still capturing the emotion of being separated from family and hiding from the Nazis (although I don't believe it names them as such), it doesn't truly capture what it was like to live in that time period. So is it better to introduce the idea to kids younger, or wait until they are able to hear the whole story? I will say the image of Dounia's mother returning from the concentration camp is haunting with her deep bags, protruding bones, and short hair.

Genre: historical fiction, graphic novel

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  pigeonlover | Sep 27, 2020 |
I had mixed feelings about this book after reading it. I liked the book because of the plot. Hidden: A Child's Story of the Holocaust is a graphic historical fiction story about a grandmother telling her granddaughter about her survival experience during WWII. One day Dounia’s father tells her that they were going to become a family of sheriffs, in which they had to wear a yellow star sewn onto their clothes. Ever since she started wearing that star things changed rapidly. Her parents hid her and told her not to move or make a sound until someone came to help her. Dounia had to live with people she didn’t know, changed her name and moved from her hometown. For example, “We climbed into a big cabinet, and my family name was changed once again. I would now be Simone Pericard. I had to act as if Mrs. Pericard were my mother. It was very hard for me. I loved her very much, but I didn’t want to call her Mommy. She wasn’t my mommy. But I did it. I understood that it was to protect me.” But I didn’t like the illustrations. The story was written as a flashback and since it’s also a graphic novel, I had to reread certain parts. The illustrations had many tunes of greys, black, and blue. It was kind of hard to notice right away when the story was interrupted by the granddaughter and when the grandmother continued with her story. For example, Dounia’s granddaughter asked, “What about Isaac?” “His parents had some money. They left their apartment very quickly and took a boat for the United States. I never saw Isaac again.” That is the dialogue, but the illustrations show a man being taken by the police. Dounia and her father crossing the street and the man being beaten. The main purpose of this story was to remember those who survived the Holocaust and those who died. ( )
  ileonr1 | Mar 24, 2020 |
The book hidden demonstrated well illustration that allows the reader to understand what is happening in the story. The author did a great job describing the plot in the story through the characters. As I read the story, I had mixed feelings and at times felt like I was in the story as well. "Hidden," is a good book to read to students who are in 1st-5th grade because its about a girl and how she survived the holocaust. The book is displayed as a graphic comic, this is nice because students who are in the younger grade will get an understanding on how people lived through the time of the holocaust. The comic picture shows a dull, sad coloring to reflect the story and how it's a sad story. Overall, I recommend the story to help young readers understand the truth of the holocaust and learn a bit from it. ( )
  nmario2 | Feb 17, 2020 |
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Loïc Dauvillierautor primaritotes les edicionscalculat
Lizano, MarcIl·lustradorautor secundaritotes les edicionsconfirmat
Siegel, AlexisTraductorautor secundaritotes les edicionsconfirmat
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