The Boy who Dared

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Scholastic Press, 2008 - 202 Seiten
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Just as the Nazis are rising to power, Helmuth Hübener, aGerman schoolboy, is caught up in all the swashbucklingbravado of his time.The handsome storm trooper uniforms, the shiny jackbootsand armbands, the rousing patriotism -- all serve to drawhim into this bright new world full of promise and hope.In the beginning, Helmuth's patriotism is unwavering.But every day the rights of people all over Germany arediminishing. Jews are threatened and their businesses arebeing destroyed, the truth has been censored, and dangerlurks everywhere. Anybody can turn on you. The world hasturned upside down: Patriotism means denouncing others,love means to hate, and speaking out means treason. Silencebecomes everyone's guilty secret. How much longer canHelmuth keep silent?Now Helmuth sits in a German prison, awaiting his precariousfate. Told in flashback with breathtaking suspense, thishomage to an extraordinary real-life hero magnificentlyexplores one person's responsibility to humanity, freedom,and truth.

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What a great introduction to keep me hooked. - Goodreads
Hard to read yet hard to put down. - Goodreads
The story is fascinating; the writing is just average. - Goodreads
It is well told, and clearly well researched. - Goodreads
Though, the ending was too sad for me. - Goodreads
Appreciated the pictures in back to add authenticity. - Goodreads

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Nutzerbericht  - Daniel M - Goodreads

This book is a non fictional book, The main character is Helmeth and he was living in Nazi, Germany during WWII and before it happened. He was one of the two thousand people that fought back against ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Nutzerbericht  - Mariah - Goodreads

I loved this book. It is a must read. Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Über den Autor (2008)

Susan Campbell Bartoletti is the award-winning and critically acclaimed author of many books, both fiction and nonfiction, for children. Her fiction includes the novels THE BOY WHO DARED, Dear America: A COAL MINER'S BRIDE, and NO MAN'S LAND, as well as a number of picture books. She won the Newbery Honor for her nonfiction book HITLER'S YOUTH. A former eighth-grade teacher for eighteen years, Bartoletti now writes full-time and lives in Pennsylvania with her family.

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