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Ragdolls This Is A Story Of An Eleven Year Old Boy S Jouney To Hell And Back The Story That Will Have You Wondering, How Did He Survive Was It Luck, Fate Or Maybe A Small Miracle


About the Author: Henry Golde

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Ragdolls book, this is one of the most wanted Henry Golde author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Ragdolls

  1. says:

    This book was written by a man who now lives in Appleton, Wisconsin He is probably the last survivor from the Holocaust He spoke at my son s high school and I went to see him He is the most inspiring person I have ever met His book is hard to find, except from .com in a used edition I have contact information for anyone who would like to buy one as he is the publisher.


  2. says:

    Henry Golde has spoken to the 6th grade Boys Girls Brigade members in Neenah, WI for the past several years It is incredible to think about all that he went through when he was around the same age as them The book Ragdolls was easy to read and a well written first person view of the Holocaust I read this book in one day I simply couldn t put it down The most powerful part of Golde s writing is the epilogue Hate is nothing and love is everything Henry Golde has spoken to the 6th grade Boys Girls Br


  3. says:

    This book gives a whole new perspective on what the Holacost was It is another view that is close, but also different from my grandmothers.


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A most worthwhile narrative nonfiction for grade school pupils through high school students and also appropriate for college level history this fine little volume provides the reader with a child s understanding of the tumult ensuing around him.Within this account, the reader lives the daily p A most worthwhile narrative nonfiction for grade school pupils through high school students and also appropriate for college level history


  5. says:

    An incredible, horrible, adventure of a boy age 11 15 bouncing through multiple concentration camps, near death experiences, living among the walking dead gray skeletal barely alive camp inmates And then the book ends the with hate is nothing, love is everything To survive such trauma, to tell the story, and to walk away embracing love if not God because what God would allow such an event to happen , just a miraculous and horrendous story Self published, multiple typos and formatting er An incredible, horrible, adv


  6. says:

    My son will be acting as Henry and telling his story in 2 days at our public library Henry was hoping to be able to make it to the performance.Henry Golde moved on to Heaven today, October 19, 2019He was 90 years old


  7. says:

    Meeting and hearing Henry Golde speak may have skewed my feelings of this book.It is amazing, the things he had to live and deal with to be able to survive as a child through WWII He describes his ordeals in amazingly vivid details.


  8. says:

    This book is not meant to be read for entertainment It is a witness to a historical atrocity I was moved by this book and also horrified by it I m grateful to Mr Golde for sharing his experiences.


  9. says:

    Great first hand story of what the author Henry Golde went through in surviving the Holocaust I m pretty sure it s the only book I ve ever read on the topic and I found out about it through the grapevine as Henry s son is a friend of mine and a mutual friend told me his father had written this book, so I looked into it Very glad I did.Hard to believe that people did, can do and continue to treat each other so poorly I felt right there beside him as he explained what happened and the emotions Great first hand story of what the author Henry


  10. says:

    We started reading this as a class in World Studies at the end of the year so I didn t get to finish it in class I was interested in it, though so I got it at my local library and read it in my free time He actually came and spoke to my classmates and me in seventh or eighth grade about his story in the concentration camp At the end, he told everyone not to hate someone and that love is everything and hate is nothing To this day, I don t use the word hate because of what he said, which is tr We started reading this as a class in World Studies a


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