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Hidden Child of the Holocaust: A True Story

by Stacy Cretzmeyer

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Your Name is Renee is the first person account of a young Jewish child who witnesses the chilling events in France during the Nazi occupation, and the courage of the villagers who risk their lives to protect her family (from the back cover).
  Folkshul | Jan 15, 2011 |
The diary your name is Renee encompasses a little girl during worl war two. In the beginnin ruth struggles with having to pretetnd to be french.
This book tells of the hardships a young girl name ruth must pretend to be french to survive the war. by the end ruth has learned that life is unfair but we musnt give up. ( )
  Sergey46 | Oct 12, 2010 |
Another story of the atrocities of WWII and the Jewish people.

Ruth wasn't allowed to be called by her real name, but had to go by the name Renee so she wouldn't be found out.

She and her family had to keep moving around and she had to spend time away from her family to keep safe.

Thank goodness for the people who were able to help and protect families. ( )
  SilversReviews | Jul 25, 2009 |
A story that gives a clear view from a child's stand point. Also a great telling of how heroic the catholic church was in many cases, and what lengths the Nuns went to, to save children.
  Book_Shelter | Apr 13, 2009 |
Like Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, this book is a wonderful way to learn about the Holocaust. It is about a little Jewish girl who has to hide in different villages with her family to stay safe during WWII. She has to change her name and her religion before being sent to a Catholic orphanage where she is scared and confused, and believes her parents are dead. ( )
  ChelseaB-ley | Feb 12, 2007 |
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Ruth and her family luive in the south of France. When the Naziz invade Paris during WWII, many Jews in France must go into hiding. ruth's family changes idenity. Her cousin tells Ruth that her name is now Renee, so that she blends in with other French children. when the Nazis move into southern France the situation becomes desperate....

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Tells the story of Ruth Kapp, a young Jewish girl in Nazi-occupied France in 1941, who, after being separated from her family, lived out the war hidden in a Catholic convent until being reunited with her parents in the final months of the conflict.

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