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The Book of Aron Read Ï 2 ☆ ❄ [EPUB] ✼ The Book of Aron By Jim Shepard ➝ – Aron the narrator is an engaging if peculiar and unhappy young boy whose family is driven by the German onslaught from the Polish countryside into Warsaw and slowly battered by deprivation disease and Aron the narrator is an engaging iN hopes of keeping their fathers mothers brothers and sisters alive hunted all the while by blackmailers and by Jewish Polish and German police not to mention the GestapoWhen his family is finally stripped away from him Aron is rescued by Janusz Korczak a doctor renowned throughout prewar Europe as an advocate of children’s rights who once the Nazis swept in was put in ch. This is an incredibly moving novel written from the perspective of a young boy named Aron Rozycki Aron begins his early childhood living in Panevzys near the Lithuanian border When his father is offered a job in a factory the family move to Warsaw to try to escape the poverty that is grinding the family down However when the Germans invade Poland Aron finds that his life and that of his family becomes harder and restricted The area they live in becomes part of the Warsaw Ghetto and walls are thrown up seemingly overnight to keep in an endless stream of people Among those that are forced to live inside the walls of the Ghetto are Janusc Korczak the pen name of a Jewish author and paediatrician named Henryk Goldszmit and better known as Pan Doktor ‘Mr Doctor’ Aron watches as Korczak leads the children from his orphanage into the Ghetto and attempts to care for the unwanted the young separated from their families and the orphaned children that have nobody else in a world that has turned hostile against even the most innocent in society The author writes realistically of the Warsaw Ghetto from the situation of a child Aron and his friends do their best to survive in the world they know They scrounge they smuggle they barter and they cope with their new reality Aron comes to the notice of Lejkin a member of the Order Service an internal police force who wants him to give him information about what goes on in the Ghetto Meanwhile typhus stalks the streets and people are simply killed by disease or swept up in raids and sent away by the Germans Aron’s family struggle with their situation but they add depth to the storyline and their relationships are written realistically and with real warmth Janusc Korczak was a real man – a heroic doctor who was respected by his community and a man who refused to leave his children to their fate This novel is about a young boy but his life intersects with that of Korczak and allows the author to tell both their stories This is movingly told without being overly sentimental and shows what real heroism really is This would be a fantastic choice for a reading group as well as being an excellent personal read Lastly I was given a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley for review

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Arge of the Warsaw orphanage Treblinka awaits them all but does Aron manage to escape as his mentor suspected he could to spread word about the atrocities Jim Shepard has masterfully made this child's eye view of the darkest history mesmerizing sometimes comic despite all odds truly heartbreaking and even inspiring Anyone who hears Aron's voice will remember it forever. I will have to wipe the tears from my eyes to write a review This book was extraordinary Powerful A masterpiece I predict it will become a classic of Holocaust literature As a children's bookseller I read this with the idea that it might work in school curriculum WWII Holocaust studies since the narrator is a child Will it The answer is yes and largely for the reasons that it's so powerful The writing is extremely simple very direct from the point of a view of a kid with little or no imagination and not much in the way of education The result is a story with no introspection no prediction no projection just this happened and then this happened The immediacy of the story therefore is complete and the observation and detail are breath taking The talent reuired to pull this off cannot be overstated we have all read many Holocaust stories and we know how this one will end but the author keeps the reader firmly in the moment at every step of the way I really look forward to sharing this one

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The Book of AronAron the narrator is an engaging if peculiar and unhappy young The Book MOBI #204 boy whose family is driven by the German onslaught from the Polish countryside into Warsaw and slowly battered by deprivation disease and persecution He and a handful of boys and girls risk their lives by scuttling around the ghetto to smuggle and trade contraband through the uarantine walls i. Aron was a young boy living with his mom and dad in a nice house in the Warsaw countryside When Hitler invades Poland all Jews are gathered up and relocated to what will become known as the Warsaw ghetto I think this is the first book I have read that takes place only in the ghetto The people starving a street smart Aaron and a group of young boys find ways to get out of the ghetto to bring back much needed items The ghetto gets smaller and smaller as many come down with typhus and whole streets are closed off The random raids by the Nazis men taken for work crews promises of food and never seen again Eventually the deportations start and Aron who has lost both parents comes under the care of Janusz Korczak a man running an orphanage trying to save as many of the children as he can Janusz Korczak is a real person and what a man He was I looked him up on wiki and if you read this you should to A difficult book to read at times but a book that shows the relationships and hardships of the Jews living in this time and place I was very impressed with the writing and the storyARC from publisher