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Publisher's Summary

Winner of the National Jewish Book Award and an American Bookseller "Pick of the Lists", The Devil's Arithmetic plunges the listener into the terrible realities of the Nazi concentration camps. Chaya's tale is a celebration of the strength of the human spirit and a dramatic introduction to the darkest period of modern history.

©1988 Jane Yolen (P)1996 Recorded Books

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A great reminder!

This is a great listen! A wonderfully written reminder of a terrible time in our history. One we must never forget!

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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One of my favorite books

I read this book for the first time in 6th grade and fell in love with the history. I am now a college sophomore majoring in contemporary history and with us now talking about the holocaust I decided to Reread the book. Now that I am older and I know more about the history I enjoyed it more. It is such a heartbreaking story.

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I feel as though I was taken there

Although the subject of this book is a difficult one, I am so glad I took the opportunity to listen to it. As Hannah is taken back to 1942, I felt as though I was taken with her. I was reminded, yet again, why we must remember.

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A good book

My Grand daughter ,who is 11 years old, and I read this book. It is a good book for both the young and the older to read

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Accurately read but distracting sounds.

Wonderful story telling. Great use of inflection throughout the story. Unfortunately, the sounds of the speakers mouth were distracting to me and I could hear an echo in the background. Otherwise, great narrating :)

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love this book.

great book. has you holding on every moment wanting to know what is coming next

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Amazing!!

The narrator was amazing. very good book, I loved the way the book ended. Great!

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  • John
  • Montclair, NJ USA
  • 12-26-16

My thoughts

I think this book is really interesting. I never really liked to read but this book I got really into. I think people that are in to wars and like to read about what happens on the past would really like this book. This book talks about what life was like in the concentration camps and what it was like, what all the symbols are and what people went through. If your family are Jews and you are going to a sadder don't complain how boring it is.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful