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Daniel's Story Paperback – April 1, 1993
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Daniel's Story has a sad introduction also when they were starting to be treated bad was because the Germans were looking for someone to blame for all of Germanys disasters so they picked the Jews and that's why everything happened and why they where treated so bad .
Daniel's Story has a suspensful rasing action was when Daniel and his family where on the train it was really suspensfulbecause the author didn't revil where they were going it made me have to keep on turning the pages and reading to find out .
The other one was that it had a revealing climax cause it said the truth about how they were being treated and also how they were being killed for no reason or just because they were Jewish . And also because it was saying how they were living and all they had to go through and that it was not fair but only that they had to do .
So if you are looking for a good book that keeps you turning the pages you should read Daniel's Story . I also predict that you will love this book after you read it .
Daniel was fourteen when the Nazis captured him. His father was in the same camp. His sister Erika was taken away, and neither Daniel or his Dad knew if she was dead or alive. They both vowed to survive so they could find out. That's what kept them going even when they were hurt or starved.
By the time the war ended, Daniel had seen lots of people die and had horrible, horrible stories to tell. That's what makes his story so interesting.
I hope that something like this will never happen again!
I read this book in Grade 6, and I still think about it often. My sister is reading it for a book report this year.
I recommend that when you read this book you carry a box of tissues with you.
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My son didn't let me know he had to have this for a class until the last minute and Amazon got me the book overnight, no problem. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
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I read this book for the first time in sixth grade, and thought it was fiction. Not just the book, the entire idea of the Holocaust. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Daniel can barely remember leading a normal life-until the Nazis came to power when he was 6.No longer allowed to go to normal public schools,or even be employed,Daniel and his... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tha Big H
For those that are well read on the holocaust it would be predictable.Published 9 months ago by Miguel Melgar