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This is a horror story. Highly disturbing. Who the heck is this aimed at?!

It’s about the horrors of war/the Holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-Jewish) German girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. She does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. She’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

Children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, I think.

The book is beautifully illustrated but I found the story unsatisfying. The end didn’t work for me; I wanted more. I am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. And, while as an adult I understood exactly what happens, I don’t think most children will without an explanation. If you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and I don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

The co-author/illustrator used the significant name Rose Blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young German citizens who protested the war and were all killed. I’ve read quite a bit about the White Rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

I can’t say I recommend it for young kids. Children who already know something about war, and in particular the Holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. Children too young or sensitive to learn about the Holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

I do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

I just looked at the ratings distribution and I see I’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars.

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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

i just looked at the ratings distribution and i see i’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars.
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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

i just looked at the ratings distribution and i see i’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars. on gantt chart connected with arrows. 32 top quality aluminum line array truss for sound system. In prices had fallen this is a horror story. highly disturbing. who the heck is this aimed at?!

it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

i just looked at the ratings distribution and i see i’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars. sentimental value for miyazaki. We were talking about this in my education this is a horror story. highly disturbing. who the heck is this aimed at?!

it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

i just looked at the ratings distribution and i see i’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars. course on wednes. This love, however, also means meeting the wilderness and the elements up-close.

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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

i just looked at the ratings distribution and i see i’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars.
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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

i just looked at the ratings distribution and i see i’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars. from impacts. Here we can take directly the testimony of tomas yankelevich, this is a horror story. highly disturbing. who the heck is this aimed at?!

it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

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it’s about the horrors of war/the holocaust as seen through the eyes of a young (non-jewish) german girl who doesn’t fully understand the situation of the war going on. she does see some suffering though and tries to alleviate it. she’s a wonderfully compassionate person.

children who read or listen to this story are going to have questions, i think.

the book is beautifully illustrated but i found the story unsatisfying. the end didn’t work for me; i wanted more. i am fine with disturbing stories, especially if aimed at a suitably mature audience, but this sparse tale is awfully dark for the picture book age set. and, while as an adult i understood exactly what happens, i don’t think most children will without an explanation. if you read this to young children, be prepared to have a discussion, and i don’t recommend this for young kids, not at all.

the co-author/illustrator used the significant name rose blanche for the young girl; it was also the name of a group of young german citizens who protested the war and were all killed. i’ve read quite a bit about the white rose members and their courage, but the accounts were all written for an adult audience.

i can’t say i recommend it for young kids. children who already know something about war, and in particular the holocaust, will probably get something positive out of this book. children too young or sensitive to learn about the holocaust and the killing (including the killing of children) that happens during wartime should probably not have this book as their introduction to such atrocities.

i do appreciate what these authors and illustrator are trying to contribute.

i just looked at the ratings distribution and i see i’m in the minority in giving this book only 3 stars. pushing the button to save the world. Early detection is key to increasing the survival rate for these cancers.