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When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

By: Judith Kerr

Holocaust

Nine year-old Anna doesn't understand why her family needs to keep moving. But Germany is no longer safe for Jews and escape may be the only way her family can stay together!

Ages: 9+

191 pages

Penguin

Average Rating: (33 Ratings)

AWESOME!!!!
Submitted 1/7/2019 by grammy1

Thumbs up!

Great book it touched on a lot of different subjects. I highly suggest this book.

Not that interesting.
Submitted 4/9/2018 by brazil

This book was just OK

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

This book didn't feel real. It was a bit boring.

BEST BOOK IN THE MILKY WAY!
Submitted 4/6/2017 by Rosie2015

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

#ILOVEDTHISBOOK it was so touching, happy and scary it was AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Incredibly boring
Submitted 4/3/2017 by eldest1

I got this book because I usually like historical fiction, especially from WWII. I read it and was very disappointed. It is a REALLY boring book. The description sound exiting, but it is NOT. Don't read this book. It took me forever to slog through this book. When I first flipped through the pages I decided not to read it. I probably only read it because I was out of other books.

OMG, this is such a GOOD book
Submitted 3/9/2017 by poseymiriam23

I loved this book!

this is such a good book, i love it, i have read it at least 10 times. i wish i owned it and if i can ever choose it for my monthly book this would definitely be my 1st choice , i would give it 10 stars if that was possible. If you did not read this book you NEED to read it

AMAZING
Submitted 3/5/2017 by sparkle gymnast

This book gave me a greater understanding as to what it felt like to be a child during the Holocaust.

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit
Submitted 3/5/2017 by iamajew

Thumbs up!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

I loved When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit! It was great and I give it 20 stars out of 5! I think you will enjoy this book if you enjoy learning/reading about the Holocaust. Although I would not read this if you cannot deal well with some sadness and not so good circumstances. But overall this book was outstanding!

The best
Submitted 2/8/2017 by football beast boy

Thumbs up!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book is awesome. It is about a girl who is fleeing Europe and the nazis. This is about the holocaust.

It was a great book!
Submitted 2/1/2017 by DumbledoreBoy

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

This book is about a girl named Anna. She is forced to leave Germany and live in different countries. I liked how Anna kept learning new languages. I also liked how she made new friends. This book is intriguing.

AMAZING!
Submitted 1/10/2017 by Oztz

I loved this book!

This was a great book! I loved it because the narrator is using third person but using Anna's perspective.

SAD AND WELL WRITTEN
Submitted 12/8/2016 by GabiR2005

I loved this book!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book was really sad, but it was also so well written. This book is about nine year-old Anna and her childhood as her family moves from place to place around the world. DON'T READ THIS BOOK BEFORE BED.

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit
Submitted 12/3/2016 by BrownHair

This book was just OK

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book was a little confusing and boring. This book was also a good book to read if you want to read something to read for a project and you don't want to read non fiction. It taught me a lot of things I didn't know about the Holocaust.

A great book about a normal person's life until the big H. (Hitler.)
Submitted 12/1/2016 by Origami Yoda

I liked this book.

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

I can understand why some people might not like this, because it's not BOOM! and POW! But I really understood how sometimes you just have to go with a normal life, if you can call normal running from evil Jew-haters.

LOVE!!
Submitted 10/28/2016 by ariannafrantz

I loved this book!

Love at first sight describes it.

Best book ever!!!!!
Submitted 10/2/2016 by sparkle gymnast

I loved this book!

I would definitely read more books by this author. This book one of the best Holocaust books I have ever read.

I liked reading this book. I'm reading it for a third time!
Submitted 9/7/2016 by ilovebooks!

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

This book was slightly scary at the beginning, but sooooooooooo good!!!!!!!!!!!!

So good that I got teary eyed
Submitted 9/5/2016 by jfloaz

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

I learned more about WW 11. While reading you also think more about the importance of family, the reason you think more about the importance of family is because in a hard time you need them they might even be all you have. that is how Anna was she only had her family to support her. So I think this book is amazing!

A bit boring...
Submitted 9/1/2016 by animal lover

The book sound kind of funny with Hitler stealing pink rabbit, when I started reading it it was pretty boring.

Cool and Informational
Submitted 8/6/2016 by bbaum123

I loved this book!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book taught me a lot about Jewish history. It talked about a girl and her family during WWII. It was sad but also interesting and informational.

Moving
Submitted 8/1/2016 by golfgirl

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

It was interesting to learn about all the different cities that they moved to.

Awesome ( :
Submitted 8/1/2016 by laxdudette1230

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

Rocks! Reminds me of "All Off A Kind Family." (which I love) Read this!

Wow!!!!!!!!!! Crazy how much i liked this book!
Submitted 7/28/2016 by Camryn

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

Ok, I liked the book a lot, but sometimes at random times they would talk about thing unimportant..... Basically Anna and her family try to run away from Hitler and travel and have to learn new languages and stuff! I loved it! READ IT!

Great Book!
Submitted 6/7/2016 by missab

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

Just before the Hitler took over Anna's family left Germany. At school she had gotten bullied only because she was Jewish. Some of her classmates were forbidden to talk to her all because she was Jewish. But that wasn't the only reason why they were moving. If they hadn't left they might have faced death. Anna's family keeps moving from place to place. Her family has to get get used to the her new homes and it doe't help that her mom takes one hour to make eggs that aren't even good and that she will have to go to a french school. Will she survive with an even greater threat? I loved this book because it shows how in WW11 sometimes you had to leave your stuffed rabbit behind and go into the future together as a family.

it was ok
Submitted 6/7/2016 by coconut

This book was just OK

I didn't really like it it was not as interesting as I hoped

VERY GOOD BOOK
Submitted 6/3/2016 by unicorns4ever

Thumbs up!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book is very good and interesting. taught me about how jews hand to move from one place to another.
I think this book is kind of sad because Anna has to leave her home town and her pink rabbit. I recommend this book for readers age 9 1/2 and older.

Love it!
Submitted 3/2/2016 by Animals1232

I have not read it but this is my FAVORITE book topic and I am sure it is AMAZING!!!

WHY DON`T YOU LIKE THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted 12/1/2015 by fashionbloger101.5

Thumbs up!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book is classical history!!!!!! A great author made this great book!!!! Pure history!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's not a book that I find very interesting
Submitted 10/3/2015 by DanielleL

This book was just OK

It was a very disappointing book, there wasn't any action or other things that make a book more interesting. The author makes it sound like a really great book when you read the back cover but the actual book is just about a girl that is Jewish and moves around a lot so that they won't get caught by Hitler who never gets close enough to them for them to ever be in any danger. There are only 1 or 2 interesting parts and unless you want to read a book that will just waste your time when you could be reading a better book don't read it, a great book that is about the same topic is "Hide and Seek" I forget who it's by but it's a lot better than this book.

So true
Submitted 9/10/2015 by Iluvreading

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book really teaches you about the importance of family, friendship, and history.

I hate this book it was so bad
Submitted 7/1/2015 by Cool kid

This book was just OK

IT WAS SO BORING!

Very well written, great insight on how kids lived during world war II
Submitted 7/1/2015 by Lucas

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

Cool Book
Submitted 6/3/2015 by cittycat24

I would read more books by this author.

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

I liked learning about Anna and her family as they go through a hard times.

Anna's true story
Submitted 4/1/2015 by Design Team

Rebecca, 11, Florida
Anna and her family leave their home when WWII starts. They travel to Switzerland, France, and England. I loved learning about her journey, different cultures, and her family through her own eyes. Anna doesn't care about being a refugee in strange lands. She only cares about being together with her family. I think that makes her very special.

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Judith Kerr

Author of When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

"We got bombed out, it was a hard time, but it wasn't easy for anybody. I was hugely struck by the generosity and kindness and tolerance of people during the war.”- Judith Kerr speaking about her life in England during WW II

When Judith Kerr’s son asked her about her childhood, she decided to write her story down; the result was the autobiographical book, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

As the Nazi’s were coming to power in the early 1930’s, Judith’s father, an influential Jewish writer and journalist, spoke out against them and had to make a sudden escape. Judith, her mother, and her brother fled from Germany soon after and the family traveled through Switzerland and France before finally resettling in England. Speaking about this difficult period in her life, Judith said, “My parents managed to make me feel that it was all a great adventure.”

Judith loves to draw as well as write and she has published a number of illustrated children’s books. She has two grown children: a son named Matthew who is an award-winning author, and a daughter named Tacy who helped create some of the special effects for the Harry Potter movies!

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