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Jars of Hope Amid The Horrors Of World War II, Irena Sendler Was An Unlikely And Unsung Hero While Many People Lived In Fear Of The Nazis, Irena Defied Them, Even Though It Could Have Meant Her Life She Kept Records Of The Children She Helped Smuggle Away From The Nazis Grasp, And When She Feared Her Work Might Be Discovered, She Buried Her Lists In Jars, Hoping To Someday Recover Them And Reunite Children With Their Parents This Gripping True Story Of A Woman Who Took It Upon Herself To Help Save 2,500 Children From The Warsaw Ghetto During The Holocaust Is Not Only Inspirational It S Unforgettable.

  • Hardcover
  • 33 pages
  • Jars of Hope
  • Jennifer Roy
  • English
  • 25 August 2017
  • 1623704251

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10 thoughts on “Jars of Hope

  1. says:

    In her book, Jars of Hope, Jennifer Roy takes the reader back to the childhood of Irena Sendler to understand why she would be willing to risk her own life years later to help the Jewish children in the Warsaw Ghetto after the Nazis so many people into such a small, unsanitary living space As a child, in her hometown of Otwock, Poland, Irena saw how the Jewish people were avoided, but her father taught her that nothing else matters about people except whether they are good or bad Irena grew up In her book, Jars of Hope, Jennifer Roy takes the reader back to the childhood of Irena Sendler to understand why she would be willing to risk her own life years later to help the Jewish children in the Warsaw Ghetto after the Nazis so many people into such a small, unsanitary living space As a child, in her hometown of Otwock, Poland, Irena saw...

  2. says:

    Received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.I have always been interested in WWII and what happened during that time, often it is truly heartbreaking, but also often it is filled with a sense of hope Even when everything around them collapses, even when stuff seem to end in death, people tend to keep hope, hope for various things Like hope to survive, to know that your children are safe, to hope that everything will end. You will also see that in this book.Irena, I am no Received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.I have always been interested in WWII and what happened during that time, often it is truly heartbr...

  3. says:

    This is an inspiring story that deserves to bewell known, but there are better versions of it out there This one is not well written It feels choppy and incomplete Irena Sendler and the Children of the Warsaw Ghetto tells the story of this relatively un...

  4. says:

    t s about Irena Sendler, a young woman from Warsaw During the second world war, she worked as a social worker, and with a resistance party working against the Nazis She and her group managed to smuggle hundreds of Jewish children out of the Warsaw ghettos to safety, placing them with various orphanages, and adoptive families.Not as impressed by this one I like the story of Irena Sendler, but there s not really any new info in this one that I didn t learn in Irena Sendler and the Children o t s about Irena Sendler, a young woman from Warsaw During the second world war, she worked as a social worker, and with a resistance party working against the Nazis She and her group managed to smuggle hundreds of Jewish children out of the Warsaw ghettos to safety, placing them with various orphanages, and adoptive families.Not as impressed by this one I like the story of Irena Sendler, but there s not really any new info in ...

  5. says:

    4 STARS I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review In Jars of Hope We meet a real life hero, Irene Sendler During World War II she risked her life and freedom to help anyone the Nazis were persecuting One way to help the Jewish children survive was to smuggle them out of the Ghettos To ensure that the Nazis never figured out where th...

  6. says:

    I received this book free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.very interesting sory, i have read it with my 10 years old daughter, and we found out to be very incredible, sweet and tender considering that was a true story.i knew before about Irena Sendler so i could explain a little bit of the story to Laura before reading the book togetheri hope to find this book soon in bookstore, maybe here in I received this book free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.very interesting sory, i ...

  7. says:

    Read the synopsis of this book online and requested it from the library I didn t know it was a kids book Read it anyway Great story of a woman that helped over 2500 children flee the Nazis from Poland during WWII Nice way to explain some of these complex issues to a child Plu...

  8. says:

    I had vaguely heard of Irene Sendler but I don t think her story is particularly well known I really enjoyed this beautifully illustrated sophisticated picture book that simply tells the inspiring story of an amazing woman who helped save approx 2500 Jewish children during World War Two.

  9. says:

    Yet another amazing story from the Holocaust Irena Sendler managed to save 2500 Jewish children from the Warsaw getto How is it that I ve never heard of her until now

  10. says:

    This is a true account of Irena, who, as a child, was taught there were only two kinds of people good and bad It doesn t matter if they are rich or poor, what religion or race What matters is if they are good or bad As a young adult she worked as a social worker to help poor families In Poland she entered the Warsaw Ghetto to administer vaccines and saw the Jews there needed help The children are hurting the mostI have to give them a helping hand She started by sneaking food and me This is a true account of Irena, who, as a child, was taught there were only two kinds of people good and bad It doesn t matter if they are rich or poor, what religion or race What matters is if they are good or bad As a young adult she worked as a social worker to help poor families In Poland she entered the Warsaw Ghetto to administer vaccines and saw the Jews there needed help The children are hurting the mostI have to give them a helping hand She started by sneaking food and medicine into the ghetto Two years later the Jews were being sent to concentration camps to die With the help of others, Irena snuck babies out of the ghetto compound In 1943 she was caught by the Gestapo and sent to prison for three months Her life was spared and she went into hiding She had kept records of all the children she saved and hid the lists in jars in a backyard Later she was able to help the children learn of their true identities and parentage and a few were even able to b...

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