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Once (Once/Now/Then/After) (original: 2005; edição: 2006)

de Morris Gleitzman (Autor)

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After living in an Catholic orphanage for nearly four years, a naive Jewish boy runs away and embarks on a journey across Nazi-occupied Poland to find his parents.
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Título:Once (Once/Now/Then/After)
Autores:Morris Gleitzman (Autor)
Informação:Puffin (2006), Edition: First British Edition, 160 pages
Coleções:Grade 3 Classroom, Sua biblioteca
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This book is based on the holocaust and the aftermath specifically for Felix who is a young Jewish boy living in an orphanage. Felix has a love for books and struggles when the Nazi's come and take the books he had access to. He ends up running away from the orphanage that he has been at for three years and helps a girl who's parents had been killed. This book gives a great perspective for kids on what life was like for young children during the Holocaust but would be better for older students rather than young ones as the author does not tip toe around the incidents that occured. ( )
  Brooke115 | Apr 30, 2021 |
As a teacher I am always trying to find wonderful books for my shelves. This is a whole series based around the Holocaust and its aftermath on people. I definitely recommended it to my students. Felix is a young Jewish boy living a hidden life in an orphanage. He believes his parents will be coming for him any day. He has been at the orphanage for three years. One day the Nazis’s visit the orphanage and find Jewish books which they take to the courtyard to burn. Felix is horrified that they would burn these books. His parents owned a book store. He decides he is going to have to find and save his parents and their books. He prays for help to God, Jesus, the Virgin Mary, the Pope and Hitler. This gives us an indication that he has no idea what is going on in the world. Later he adds in the name of his favorite author and removes Hitler’s name. He gets himself and others out of trouble by telling stories. I think it was Felix’s love of books that helped me connect to him. He runs away from the orphanage and rescues a young girl whose parents are killed. It seems to be his mission to help others as he tries to find his parents. This is a wonderful book highly recommended. Be advised that the author does not water down what the Nazis were like or the atrocities they inflicted on others. ( )
  skstiles612 | Jan 3, 2020 |
The Grausamkeiten of the Holocaust were so unspeakable that fiction would seem to have little to offer. But here Gleitzman uses the innocence of a child’s eye perspective to create a story that manages to be affirmative as well as sad. Felix, the narrating character, is a child with a fertile imagination and a good heart, and he gets things done. Thankfully for him, he’s unaware of the gruesome realities his story is part of. We are not spared yet somehow come away with an uplifting feel. ( )
  eglinton | Mar 27, 2019 |
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  Clippers | Dec 21, 2017 |
Ugh, this book was amazing. I love the story telling. I love the main character, Felix. I love Zelda coming into play. I love it all! The scenery almost made me want to be there on the grassy hills, but definitely not when all of that stuff was going on. I was surprised at how long it took Felix to stop coming up with stories for what was happening. I liked it though. It made it easier to read. It would have been a much different story if the character was older. Hell, there wouldn't have been a story because he wouldn't have left the orphanage to begin with. So much adventure wrapped into this short but perfectly sized book. I do want more.

I feel like a learned a bit during this book as well, like why some Jews got to live. I would definitely call this a little master piece of it's own. I didn't cry, but there was a lot to cry about. Felix was one really strong character and I think that's why I didn't cry. I was drawing off of his strength.

I never really thought a lot about the holocaust because I don't know anyone who was a part of it. Now I just wonder how Nazis could do it. Concentration camps were bad enough, killing men and women who resisted was bad enough, but babies? When Felix saw the baby with a bullet through his head, I was in shock. I can't believe that stuff happened. It's crazy. And even with the threat of getting shot, I'd think more people would fight and try to get away. The dentist has said the Jews didn't know they were getting sent to their deaths. I guess, most just thought they were getting relocated.

I wish the holocaust didn't last as long as it did. I'm glad it eventually ended. It does have me worried about other countries though, because there are genocides still happening. How does a government get people to kill innocents. I'd think they would all have to be mentally ill to do such a thing.

Slavery is intolerable, but genocide is just . . . unthinkable. I couldn't kill and animal, much less a human. And thousands of people were killing each other. Just horrible.

This book is in 1st person perspective. Felix is 10. I do not recommend this to young children due to the all of the violence, but a mature middle grades would be okay.
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