Aceasta este povestea unui baietel german pe nume Bruno, al carui tata a primit o slujba foarte importanta, ceea ce inseamna ca toata familia trebuie sa se mute departe de oras, intr-un loc ciudat, unde casa lor e singura locuinta adevarata si unde in spatele unor garduri nesfarsite se afla sute, poate mii de oameni imbracati in pijamale in dungi. Bruno se straduieste sa inteleaga ce se intampla in jurul sau. Cititorul banuieste despre ce e vorba, dar bietul Bruno, nu. Porneste asadar sa exploreze imprejurimile si zareste un punct, care devine o pata si o pata care devine un baiat. Scrisa intr-un limbaj simplu, copilaresc, aceasta carte este mult mai mult decat o poveste pentru copii. Cititorul se va teme de momentul in care Bruno isi va pierde inocenta copilariei si va incepe sa intrezareasca adevarul, dar poate ca lucrurile vor evolua si mai rau si el nu va descoperi deloc adevarul.
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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Questions About Baiatul cu pijamale in dungi by John Boyne. To ask other readers questions about Baiatul cu pijamale in dungi , please sign up. Answered Questions Would this book be alright for an eleven year old?
Angela It depends on the child. Some 13 year olds might not be mature enough for it, but I just read this book with my newly 12 year old after coming across …more It depends on the child. Some 13 year olds might not be mature enough for it, but I just read this book with my newly 12 year old after coming across it in the YA section of the library.
He is an advanced reader and very mature for his age but instead of just handing it to him, we read it together so that we could have discussions along the way.
He is a 6th grader and familiar with the Holocaust - not all the details, but he understands the 'big picture'. This book gave him a little bit deeper understanding and more to think about which I appreciate. The story is told from the perspective of Bruno, a 9 year old German boy, so it alluded to the sufferings he saw, but it never goes into detail because Bruno doesn't understand exactly what he is seeing.
He just knows that he enjoys the friend he has made from behind the barbed wire fence. Along the way he learns he is Jewish and that they are being kept 'separated' but he doesn't understand why. When the Author was asked if the book was written for children or adults, he says he didn't write it for one or the other - he just wrote a book.
He doesn't put it into a 'category', but the Publishers have put into the YA category. I found that interesting because it doesn't fit neatly into any category.
The movie version follows the book very closely, but it is much more disturbing as it shows physical violence. Again, the book only alludes to the violence and injustices, but it never shows them. I recommend the book for most Middle School aged kids, and if a parent reads with, them, all the better. Vonda Gardner The movie left a huge impression on me. That was why I read the book. It is an important story, no matter the fo …more The movie left a huge impression on me. It is an important story, no matter the format.
This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Do you think the Commandant thinks Bruno was killed by the Jews? Or do you think he has a sneaking suspicion of what may have happened?
Ryu My interpretation is that the Commandant knew what happened. He saw his son's clothes, he saw the hole in the fence, and he could piece everything tog …more My interpretation is that the Commandant knew what happened.
He saw his son's clothes, he saw the hole in the fence, and he could piece everything together which was why I personally think he became so overwhelmed with grief- because he did this- he was responsible for his own son's death.
I didn't really understand what was said about Father at the end lf the book. Explanation please? Lynn His father was overcome with grief when he realised what had probably happened to Bruno so he lost interest in the camp. This would have led to his re …more His father was overcome with grief when he realised what had probably happened to Bruno so he lost interest in the camp.
This would have led to his removal from his post - and you didn't just get fired from your job in Nazi Germany, you were arrested, then imprisoned or executed. Does it Include Russian Care Bears???? Liam Koch This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [Yes why would it not have Russian care bears hide spoiler ].
Load 5 more questions. Unanswered Questions This book is good and i really liked this book. It is about a boy who lived in Berlin and moved because of fathers work. Bruno doesn't want to move, he just wants to go back to his home.
He knows nothing about the weird people wearing the same clothes and how they are surrounded by fences. Bruno trys to get used to the place and he starts exploring the place. While Bruno is exploring he meets Shmuel his new friend?
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