Fb2 Sky ePub

by Hanneke Ippisch

Subcategory: Children
Author: Hanneke Ippisch
ISBN: 0816745242
ISBN13: 978-0816745241
Language: English
Publisher: Troll Communications (February 1, 1998)
Pages: 146
Fb2 eBook: 1892 kb
ePub eBook: 1225 kb
Digital formats: mbr lrf docx txt

Hanneke Eikema (23 March 1925 – 15 April 2012) was a Dutch woman who, during World War II, helped ferry Jewish children to safety and assisted in the financial logistics of the Dutch resistance.

Hanneke Eikema (23 March 1925 – 15 April 2012) was a Dutch woman who, during World War II, helped ferry Jewish children to safety and assisted in the financial logistics of the Dutch resistance. Eikema, the daughter of a Protestant minister who was himself involved with the resistance, was born in Benningbroek and grew up in Zaandam.

The book Sky is a fascinating book on courage during world war two. Written by the woman herself the story of Hanneke Ippisch is absolutely amazing

The book Sky is a fascinating book on courage during world war two. Written by the woman herself the story of Hanneke Ippisch is absolutely amazing. The biography is full of interesting stories and facts of her contribution to the war. When the book starts off it shows how her life was growing up and how she lived before the war began. One interesting story she told was a parade she participated in when she was young were her mother made them overalls

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Books by Hanneke Ippisch. Sky: A True Story of Resistance During World War II. Apr 1, 1996.

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Let Us Remember! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. Last spring Hanneke Ippisch came to our little private school to talk to us about her book

Let Us Remember! Published by Thriftbooks. Last spring Hanneke Ippisch came to our little private school to talk to us about her book. She was elderly, of course, but she was sweet, kind, hopeful and energetic. Hanneke passed around the real letters she had written on toilet paper when she was in jail (there are photos in the book) and then scolded another child for popping her gum (it reminded her of the gunshots duing the war). She gave us a moving speech (I cried) and then signed books. In each book she wrote, "Let Us Remember!".

Hanneke Eikema was a Dutch woman who, during World World War II, helped ferry Jewish children to safety and assisted in the financial logistics of the Dutch resistance. She began a bed and breakfast, and gave lectures and wrote about her war experiences. rnShe wrote a number of books for children, including Sky: a True Story of Courage during World World War World War II The title ("Sky") was derived from the view of the sky from her prison window on the Amstelveenseweg.

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Portrays the author's involvement with the Dutch Resistance
Comments to eBook Sky
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As a teenager in Holland during World War II, Hannah Eikema could have weathered the war as most non-Jewish civilians did: trying to keep up with her studies, hoarding food, avoiding the German soldiers on every street. Instead, she joined the Dutch resistance movement and risked her life helping Jewish citizens find safe places to hide from the Nazis. Eventually arrested and sentenced to life in prison, Hanneke struggles to maintain her hope and strength until she is finally released when the war ends. In a quiet, understated manner, the author recounts her experiences and gives young readers a lot to think about: the courage it takes to act on your convictions, what it means to break the law in order to do what is "right," the hardening effects of war and oppression, the power of love and memories. Although marketed to adolescents, this is a unique memoir to be savored by readers of all ages.
Doomwarden
Sky is a true story about a girl named Hanneke Ippisch during the Holocaust. It gives you some details about the Holocaust that are sometimes left out in books; like how some people tried to help the Jews. There were many resistance groups that hid, fed, and rescued the Jews from the Nazi soldiers. Hanneke Ippisch writes a wonderful autobiography that has somewhat personal stories in it. She tells about her family, some of the people she helped, and what happened to her while she was in jail. She also includes some details about her child life and how she felt about the war. I would definitely recommend this book to children curious about the Holocaust and war in Europe. It has a couple stories in it, but it's mostly facts about her life. If you like to read on more of a story line though, this book isn't for you.
Neol
This book is really good for all ages. I read it for a book report and the shortness of the chapters and the promptness of which Hanneke presents the information makes it an enjoyable book to read. The prison parts really show you how Germans treated their prisoners. Very truthful, good book.
Kardana
The book Sky by Hanneke Ippisch is a very good book. It is a non-fiction book. The book Sky is a review of Hanneke's life during the war. I reccomend this book to anyone who likes to read and learn things about the Holocaust. Also, people who like to read picture books should read it too, because there are many pictures in the book of actual things that Hanneke found and places she stayed.
Pad
The book Sky is a true story of courage during World War II. Hanneke Ippisch is the person telling the story. She is fifteen years old girl who joins the Dutch resistance and gets taken to prison. Sh ehad to figure out her own way to survive. The story is set in Zeppelin, Holland in 1929. It leads you through Hanneke Ippisch's wholee life story during the war.
I would reccomend this book to any middle school student who is interested in learning about World War II. I liked the book Sky because it is an action filled book of courage of Hanneke Ippisch who was in the Dutch resistance. I liked the book and I hope you will as well.
Dranar
It was a bit unenjoyable and I only liked It a little bit.
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