We Had to Be Brave: Escaping the Nazis on the Kindertransport

We Had to Be Brave: Escaping the Nazis on the Kindertransport

Sibert Honor author Deborah Hopkinson illuminates the true stories of Jewish children who fled Nazi Germany, risking everything to escape to safety on the Kindertransport.Ruth David was growing up in a small village in Germany when Adolf Hitler rose to power in the 1930s. Under the Nazi Party, Jewish families like Ruth's experienced rising anti-Semitic restrictions and...

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Title:We Had to Be Brave: Escaping the Nazis on the Kindertransport
Author:Deborah Hopkinson
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  • Niki (nikilovestoread)
    We Had to Be Brave is a wonderful, well-written, and well-researched nonfiction book that relates much of the history behind the Holocaust in a way that is accessible and easily understood by kids who haven't learned that much about the topic. It contains a plethora of first hand accounts from child...
  • M.L. Little
    @kidlitexchange Partner: We Had to Be Brave by @deborah_hopkinson. Releases February 4 through @scholasticinc. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐FIVE STARS AND THEN SOME for this new nonfiction. This was FANTASTIC. Thoroughly researched, easy to understand, engaging, fascinating, superbly written...I co...
  • Valerie McEnroe
    Once again Deborah Hopkinson has outdone herself. She is truly a master storyteller. Very thankful there are authors like her beefing up the children/teen nonfiction selections.So far this is the best book I have read for children on the Kindertransport. I would say it is geared toward grade 6 and u...
  • Alex  Baugh
    With the same attention to detail and straightforward writing style readers have come to appreciate from her, Deborah Hopkinson looks at how the rescue operation of Jewish children from Nazi occupied Europe, known as the Kindertransport, was able to saved approximately 10,000 young people.In the fir...
  • Melanie Dulaney
    Deborah Hopkinson records events in Europe, primarily Germany, Poland, and England, following WWI. She gives readers a view of Adolf Hitlers rise to power and slaughter of millions of Jewish people primarily through the lens of children who were rescued from death via the Kindertransport, trains and...
  • Bonnie Grover
    A wonderful nonfiction book to add to your reference shelf. This book is loaded with important facts, Internet resources and photos. It reads like a detailed textbook with a wealth of information. A great place to go for firsthand information and survivor narratives....
  • Laura Petrie
    Thank you to the #kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book. All opinions are my own.--- As a young reader I was always drawn to historical fiction texts about World War II and the Holocaust, and there are so many to choose from. When I saw this available for review, I wanted to push m...
  • Becky
    First sentence: Imagine getting on a train and leaving your parents and your family behind.Premise/plot: Deborah Hopkinsons newest nonfiction narrative is about the kindertransport. There are multiple narratives unfolding. First there is a general narrative that is explaining, providing context, giv...

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