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I Survived #9 I Survived the Nazi Invasion 1944

One of the darkest periods in historyIn a Jewish ghetto Max Rosen and his sister Zena struggle to live after their father is taken away by the I can t thank Lauren and Scholastic enough for the I Survived series We ache for books that will help those students with discerning taste in other words the kids who struggle to find books they like enough to read I Survived the Nazi Invasion 1944 is another triumph for reluctant readers everywhere I work with kids who get dragged through the reading curriculum So much of what s read in class is so unappealing to those reluctant readers that they approach any book that s not a graphic novel skeptically The I Survived series is an invaluable resource for these upper middle grade readers This is the time when the gap between interest and readability presents tremendous obstacle to most vulnerable students They re given texts that they can decode but don t appeal perpetuating their distaste for books and reading Lauren Tarshis has become the preeminent author of high interest accessible text and doing justice to this format might be the most challenging feat a writer could undertake Tarshis doesn t just master her style with this series she s created an entirely new bar for what writing for this audience can look like Again Nazi Invasion begins by throwing the reader right into an intense action filled scene This is so important I was in a classroom when a student expressed his dislike for reading during a class discussion The teacher reminded him that he had previously expressed enjoyment about the texts they read in class He responded that he did eventually like them Here s a kid who when prompted acknowledged that he liked to read but apparently it wasn t enough to change his perception It s a common phenomena that needs to be addressed It shouldn t come as a surprise that the negative portion of the experience is the one that sticks If we keep telling these kids to just give it thirty pages we re not going to change the fundamental problem The they believe they don t like to read the less they ll choose to Lauren s choice to open the scene in the middle of a fire fight bombs exploding left and right a kid trying to escape being murdered that s what buys the street cred While opening the story with action is a great strategy what distinguishes so many of the I Surviveds is Lauren s ability to pace the backstory While an engaging opening is a powerful strategy many reluctant readers still haven t built the stamina or trust to work through the crucial events that will deepen their appreciation for the action Nazi Invasion s pacing seems to drive the chronology through which the story s told While the first chapter is certainly gripping Tarshis strategically withholds its context Next we flash back to a scene in the ghetto where the reader is given the context of Nazi occupied Poland through Max our main character Simply and straight forward the Nazis are explained as Hitler s killer soldiers who came with their tanks guns and hatred of Jews And like following a trail of breadcrumbs Tarshis drops bites of context that begs her readers to ask for She explains that Hitler told hideous lies blaming the Jews for the world s problems before invading other countries forcing them into ghettos The chapter ends with Max being hit in the head by a Nazi s rifle after being caught climbing through a fence to gather berries Chapter after chapter follows this powerful format Readers are thrown into a scene that begs their uestions they receive just enough context to want they re rewarded with a bit story before ending the segment on an eye widening cliffhanger It s a great format Tarshis plays with time to ensure that both the story and historical context continue to escalate But to do this for three uarters of the story it s a pacing that does than just keep her readers flipping pages they become invested in the subject matter through the story It s not possible to paint a fair and balanced picture of the Nazis Lauren does take care to include a scene later in the story where Max encounters a soldier not too much older than himself Max recognizes the lack of hatred in the boys eyes and raises uestions about their circumstances It s a uick scene before the narrative moves on but as an adult I appreciate that it opens the door for students ask uestions about other perspectives While could have been made of the historical context in any number of instances The narrative remains clean and straight forward taking advantage of back matter sections that provide the author s connection to the story answer important overarching uestions and provide suggestions for where readers can discover information As a teacher it s great to see the I Survived series breaks so much of our preconceived notions about text level characteristics Tarshis presents compelling subject matter that doesn t traditionally arise until upwards of fifth grade with a readability that students as early as grade three can access Be it structure language or content this is a series that teachers everywhere should be using engage their reluctant readers It certainly has all of the elements we look for to teach components of both high uality fiction and non fiction texts Earlier this year I gave that fourth grader who confessed he didn t like to read one of the I Survived s As expected he devoured it passed it to a friend devoured the next one etc until he got the majority of the fourth grade hooked As a treat I put my advanced copy of Nazi Invasion in a manilla envelope and told him that as a thank you for spreading the word I wanted him to be the first student to see the new book When he brought it back to me the next day he told me it was the first book he ever read in one night and then asked for books about the Nazis Leif Erikson: A Captivating Guide to the Viking Explorer Who Beat Columbus to America and Established a Norse Settlement at Vinland (English Edition) read I Survived the 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A safe camp by Jewish resistance fighters But soon bombs are falling all around them Can Max and Zena survive the fallout of the Nazi invasion I loved this book because I love historic books and I love the I Survived series This book would be great for 2nd graders who love historic books and love the rest of the I Survived books This story is about a boy who has lost his dad to the Nazis and is fighting to stay alive He and his sister soon escape the ghetto and find some resistance fighters Will they defeat the Nazis Read this book to find out Benin (1897) resistance fighters But soon bombs are falling all around them Can Max and Zena survive the fallout of the Nazi invasion I loved this book because I love historic books and I love the I Survived series This book would be great for 2nd graders who love historic books and love the Passion (Fallen, rest of the I Survived books This story is about a boy who has lost his dad to the Nazis and is fighting to stay alive He and his sister soon escape the ghetto and find some The Complete Idiots Guide to the American Presidency resistance fighters Will they defeat the Nazis Read this book to find out

Lauren Tarshis ☆ 3 review

Nazis With barely enough food to survive the siblings make a daring escape from Nazi soldiers into the nearby forestMax and Zena are brought to My kids have been reading a lot of I Survived books so I decided to read one with them It s less than 100 pages and written for young readers It hits the target audience well The books are often about scary things but since they re I survived books no traumatic endings I probably won t read too many of them myself but I ll keep buying and borrowing them for my kids because I like the way the series introduces them to history I think I would have liked this series when I was in elementary school

  • Paperback
  • 112
  • I Survived #9 I Survived the Nazi Invasion 1944
  • Lauren Tarshis
  • English
  • 27 December 2017
  • 9780545459389

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10 thoughts on “I Survived #9 I Survived the Nazi Invasion 1944

  1. says:

    Neo and I have decided to embark on a ‘bedtime story routine’ that takes us into the world of history and adventure These I Survived stories pull the younger reader into the world of history and some of the disasters that have occurred thr

  2. says:

    I Survived the Nazi Invasion 1944 is the 9th book in the I Survived series This series is a great educational tool for kids and adults too Each book tells a fictional account of children at the scene of a historical event or disaster Facts abo

  3. says:

    I can't thank Lauren and Scholastic enough for the I Survived series We ache for books that will help those students with

  4. says:

    it is a really good book

  5. says:

    I know everything about WW2 but Tarshis made this an even exciting subject by creating a great character Oh and by the way on the front is a panzer XIIV I love tanks

  6. says:

    My kids have been reading a lot of I Survived books so I decided to read one with them It’s less than 100 pages and written for young readers It hits the target audience well The books are often about scary things but since they’re “I survived” books no traumatic endings I probably won’t read too many of them myself but I’ll keep buying and borrowing them for my kids because I like the way the serie

  7. says:

    I loved this book because I love historic books and I love the I Survived series This book would be great for 2nd graders who love historic books and love the rest of the I Survived books This story is about a boy who has lost his dad to the Nazis and is fighting to stay alive He and his sister soon escape the ghetto and find some resistance fighters Will they defeat the Nazis Read this book to find out

  8. says:

    Living inside the Jewish ghetto in Esties Poland is difficult for everyone but especially for Max Rosen 11 and his younger

  9. says:

    This is a great book to introduce young adults history Presented in detail but not overwhelmingly so this gives the reader an overall sense of what it was like to lose your parents and try to survive the Polish ghetto to narrowly escape and then find a way to get to the forest where others were hidingThis is the

  10. says:

    The book I Survived The Nazi Invasion 1944 is a great book to read It teaches about the Jews and what they did to help in the war It is about World War II and how the Germans are invading everyone around them They are killi

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