In the book Number the Stars by Lois Lowry, the most memorable moment for me was when Annemarie successfully brought the permeated handkerchief past the Nazi soldiers to her Uncle Henrik, saving the Jewish people. It had been Annemarie’s greatest act of bravery in the entire story, even if she did not know exactly what she was doing. When Annemarie encountered the Nazis, she had been brave and relied on the other time when she met soldiers. She had remembered…...
“That’s all that brave means-not thinking about the dangers. Just thinking about what you have to do.” This phrase is from the book Number the Stars, and it tells the story of life in Copenhagen during the 1940’s. The Nazi’s have invaded Denmark and two families have a different paths due to their religion. Annemarie, a ten year old girl, shows perseverance, bravery and hope when dealing with her friendship with Ellen and the problems that arise when helping Ellen…...
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