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Number the Stars book

The book is about a little girl named Annemarie, and he friends is Ellen. But the time is during WWII and the Nazis are after Jews and Ellen is a Jew. Annemarie does dangerous things to protect her best friend.

Delaney Ciccolella

on 21 March 2013

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Transcript of Number the Stars book

Favorite Parts 2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 Authors
Purpose 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Whats next What I think is next the war is over, and
Ellen and her family will come home and
Annemaire will be with her best friends
and everything will be in peace. main characters The main characters are
Annemarie, Ellen, Mama,
Uncle Henrik, and
Mr. Mrs. Rosen. Settings In the book, Number the Stars,
the setting took place during
WWII, in Copenhagen.They
went to Uncle Henrik house.
How does she let you
know the message? The author lets you know the
message by telling the story.
She wrote the book and she
might have meet someone
to find out more. But she
wants everyone to know
what life was back in WWII. Why did she write the book? The author wrote this book
because she wanted people
to know what happens and
what could have happen. My favorite part is when Annemarie is going
to Uncle Henriks house and they just kid of fell that no one is after them and tey are safe. what Number the Stars means to me Number the Stars was a great book, I love
books like those. I feel like I am living in
the same world. Not a favorite part My not so favorite was when Annemaire
and Ellen were stopped by the solders
and they asked them questions. In the
book they seemed really scard! Number the Stars Themes Friendship in this book,
are very close. I mean,
everyone, but the solders,
seem like they re trying
to help the Jews. By: Delaney Ciccolella
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