By: Alan Gratz
This book is inside a six year period. During that time, he was taken to six different concentration camps, and two death marches that lasted for more than three days nonstop. Him and thousands of others are struggling to survive, from not having enough food, to not having shoes on their feet.
What did you enjoy about the book?
What was the authors purpose for writing this book?
Did you notice reoccurring symbols? What were they?
- Bread- when you were able to have bread you could stay alive (death marches.)
- Trains- they new that is they saw trains, they were going to be crammed together with no water or food for days, or even weeks
- Songs- during the death marches, the Jews/Poles would sing different songs at the same time, and if they knew it they would sing along.