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Hana's Suitcase is an elegant book combining the biography of the short life of. Hana Brady, a Holocaust victim, and the efforts of Fumiko Ishioka to piece. In March , a suitcase arrived at a children’s Holocaust education center in Tokyo, Japan. On the outside, in white paint, were these words: Hana Brady. Hana's Suitcase Part 2 - View presentation slides online. about holocoust. We have no information about a girl named Hana Brady.

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Hana's Suitcase by Karen Levine, Karen Levine; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Tokyo Holocaust Education Resource Center. Who is the coordinator of the Tokyo Holocaust Center? What museum sent her Hana's suitcase? On Hana's suitcase was painted her birthday: and the word. The story of Hana's Suitcase begins with Fumiko Ishioka, Curator of the Tokyo .

Ten- year-old Akira, who usually loved to joke and tease, wondered aloud what it would be like to be an orphan. Maiko, who was older, loved to party and was an accomplished synchronized swimmer. She always became very quiet in the presence of the suitcase. It made her think about being sent away from her own friends. The suitcase was the only object they had at the Center that was linked to a name. From the date on the suitcase, Fumiko and the children figured out that Hana would have been thirteen years old when she was sent to Auschwitz. A year younger than me, said one girl. Just as old as my big sister, said Akira. Fumiko wrote back to the Auschwitz Museum. Could they help her find out anything about the girl who owned the suitcase? No, they replied.

The set also moves items from side to side and from back to front, making the transitions between past and present appear seamless. Its malleable nature convinces the audience that characters are in a variety of locations, from a train to a museum. The set further adds an emotional twist by including a screen above it.

At specified moments, the screen displays real images of Hana and some of the drawings she made during the war.

He has the subtlety the other actors lack. Filips brings his characters to life; when he speaks, he speaks as though he truly is his character. Also putting in fairly strong performances are Gorman, who plays the younger George Brady, and Dzialoszynski, who plays Hana.

Hana’s Suitcase

Dzialoszynski won the audience over with her trembling voice and child-like innocence. Her performance was flat and lacked the subtle nuances needed to make her character believable. She overdid her emotions, yelling when it was unnecessary and smiling when it was inappropriate.

While they were more believable than Hara, they also struggled to give their characters a range of emotion, making it hard to recognize when they were truly touched or upset by something.

However, while Lo had difficulty acting like a kid, Garcia managed to be believable most of the time. Teacher-made test on the book "Hana's Suitcase".

Just a simple short answer test, complete with answer key.

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Great book to use with Holocaust lessons. Patti Messier. Hana's Suitcase by Karen Levine is an award winning powerful book to share with your students. In a small Toyko Holocaust museum, Fumiko received a suitcase and is determined to find details about Hana Brady. This novel moves between past and present as Fumiko uncovers details about Hana and her f. English Language Arts , Reading , Literature. Hana's Suitcase Assignment.

Hana’s Suitcase

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View of Inside Hana’s Suitcase () Directed by Larry Weinstein. Toronto: Rhombus Media Inc.

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