- Tapa blanda: 80 páginas
- Editor: Puffin Modern Classics (1 de abril de 2004)
- Colección: Puffin Modern Classics
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0142401137
- ISBN-13: 978-0142401132
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
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Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes (Puffin Modern Classics) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – abr 2004
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"An extraordinary book, one no reader will fail to find compelling and unforgettable."
An extraordinary book, one no reader will fail to find compelling and unforgettable. ("Booklist", starred review)
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Hospitalized with the dreaded atom bomb disease, leukemia, a child in Hiroshima races against time to fold one thousand paper cranes to verify the legend that by doing so a sick person will become healthy.Ver Descripción del producto
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I read this book to my sons and they really enjoyed learning some history and were sad about learning the destruction done to the children and people who survived and died because of the bomb. It really opened their eyes to understanding the pain and destruction left behind due to wars.
We made origami paper cranes after finishing this book and the boys had a really nice time learning and playing with their cranes afterwards.
February 3rd, 2017
A book you can’t resist reading
This book is so good you’ll never be able to stop turning the pages! There is so much to learn from the time period, and main character Sadako. My claim for this book is: Sadako Sasaki’s life is both historical and moving, as it takes you through, the descriptive language keeps you interested, the strong emotions make you feeling so much throughout the story, and you’ll see all the heartfelt moments. In the end you will learn about perseverance and hope.
This is a story about an eleven year old girl called Sadako, who lives in Hiroshima Japan. Her story takes place in 1955 around the time the atom bomb was dropped in Japan. This bomb brought a lot of radiation to Japan, and brought on the disease called ‘Leukemia’. Sadako’s life changed completely, as she spends the remainder of her life now in hospital. She has to swallow pills and have injections every day. Her life has forever changed.
The book ‘Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes’ is a heartfelt story. It says in the text, “ Suddenly everything seemed to whirl around her as she sank into the ground. [...] A few minutes later she was in hospital.” (page 26) In this part of the story Sadako is getting rushed to hospital because she had a signs of Leukemia, this shows how Sadako’s life is scary, this made me feel so bad for her. (My heart melted)
This book has so much descriptive language I was always so interested because of it. The author writes, “They floated out to sea like a swarm of fireflies against the dark water.” (page 30) This piece of evidence shows how descriptive and interesting this \\book can be.
This story has a lot of parts with strong emotions that will fill you with emotions throughout the entire story. The text says, “Sadako realized she had Leukemia, but what she also new was that some patients recovered from the disease. She never stopped hoping she would get well soon.” (page 48) At this part of the story Sadako has realized that there’s a possibility she could recover from Leukemia. This shows how powerful these strong emotions can be.
In conclusion you and the readers will learn about how Sadako inspires hope and peace to this day. I rate this book five out of five stars and two thumbs up. You’ll never be able to stop turning the pages.