I Have Lived A Thousand Years:
Growing Up In the Holocaust
By: Livia Bitton-Jackson
Throughout the book Elli explains what it was like to suddenly be forbidden to attend school, talk to neighbors, to be removed from everything familiar to her. She lost all privacy and almost starved to death. Although this story is filled with the excruciating details of her sad ordeal, Elli's strength to get through it all is very inspiring. After reading this book, I have more of an understanding of the nightmare Elli called her daily life. It also made me realize it's not fair to be punished for being different.
2. Another fact was that most times the older brother and father of the family got separated from the girls and went to work on the fields.
3. A final fact was that the females and the males got their heads shaved, then they would have to put on uniforms. And a number would be tattooed on their arm, they would then be their name.