Letters from Rifka: Englische Lektüre für das 5. Lernjahr

Letters from Rifka Englische Lekt re f r das Lernjahr Rifka und ihre Familie treibt die brutale Behandlung von Juden in die Flucht aus Russland ihr Ziel ist Amerika Aber der Weg in die Freiheit ist voller Hindernisse Sie sind der Willk r von Soldate

  • Title: Letters from Rifka: Englische Lektüre für das 5. Lernjahr
  • Author: Karen Hesse
  • ISBN: 3125737559
  • Page: 167
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  • 1919 Rifka und ihre Familie treibt die brutale Behandlung von Juden in die Flucht aus Russland ihr Ziel ist Amerika Aber der Weg in die Freiheit ist voller Hindernisse Sie sind der Willk r von Soldaten und rzten ausgesetzt, Typhus bedroht die ganze Familie Als endlich alles berstanden zu sein scheint, darf Rifka nicht an Bord des Schiffes F r das junge M dchen beginnt eine schwierige Zeit, in der sie viel sieht und lernt.

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    418 thoughts on “Letters from Rifka: Englische Lektüre für das 5. Lernjahr”

    1. A very movingstory aout a young girl and her trip to america during the Hulacast. Her family struggle to come to america and just when they think they are almost there tradegedy strikes, There daughter Rifka must stay behin. She has gotten ring worms! She must stay behindSHe is brave and when her thirteenth birthday comes she has her own little batmisvah. This book is somewhat like The Diary of Ann Frank, It is gut-wrentching and seems very real.I highly recomed this excellent book, what will ha [...]


    2. This book was pretty interesting. It is about a youg girl named Rifka and her family who are trying to escape from Russia during World War one and two. Rifka tells about her journey all the way to America on the the plank pages in a poem book. At one point in the book Rifka is separated from her family. She is stuck in a hospital on Ellis Island. I really enjoyed this book. I thought the begening was some what boring though. After that though you are pretty much just hung on the book.


    3. This book is very thrilling and exciting .I would not grade it below a 100%, 5. The main reason its so interesting is because the back ground is true. it's very sad knowing someone would realy treat other people the way they did.My favorate part in this book is when Rifka meets this young man she likes a lot on a boat.This is a unbaribly good book !I will most defanetly advise this book to any one intrested in Adventure! ,you would be hooked .


    4. This is one of my favorite books. One of the reasons that I like it so much is because you can acually imagine yourself as Rifka. You can feel the way that she does and you just want to read on and on and on. This book tells you about how the Russians treated the Jews. This book is so exciting clear until the end. It doesn't all of a sudden stop either, like some other books I've read.I would definitely reccommend this book to anyone.


    5. Letters from Rifka is a historical fiction book by Karen Hesse. It is about a girl who leaves for America because of the awful treatment the have in Russia. Rifka and her family must sneak off on a train. Rifka has been given the job of distracting the guards because they will search all the boxcars. Rifka's family is hiding in those boxcars. They're depending on a little girl. Even though she only has to distract them until her uncle comes and reports that someone has robed his shop. He act [...]


    6. I thought that this book was extremely interesting. It made me feel grateful that I have a wonderful life. This book really deserves 5 stars, because it has a serious message. Along with Rifka's challenges of getting to America, many immigrants in the past have had the same experience and we should all know how lucky we are to have such great lives.


    7. I think letters from Rifka is a really wonderful and well written book. A really good part in the book is when Rifka gets ringworm,she has to stay in belguim while her parens go to america.Rifka learns the people in Belgium are a whole lot nicer than in Russia.Finally she goes to America to be with her family and they all live a very happy life.


    8. This was the first mature read aloud book our family read together when my boys were in kindergarten and second grade. None of us could put it down! I would sneak down after putting them to bed to read ahead. We learned alot about Ellis Island, WW1, and what families and children can go through and survive. Fast paced and exciting.


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