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Operation Einstein By Mark A. Cooper,

  • Title: Operation Einstein
  • Author: Mark A. Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781530804641
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • A group of fun loving rebellious German teens calling themselves the Edelweiss Pirates witnesses something so deplorably sickening they decide to take action when a six year old Jewish girl is left orphaned Torn between patriotism for the country they love and their own rights and freedoms they have to try and do the unthinkable, but with the Gestapo and Hitler Youth hotA group of fun loving rebellious German teens calling themselves the Edelweiss Pirates witnesses something so deplorably sickening they decide to take action when a six year old Jewish girl is left orphaned Torn between patriotism for the country they love and their own rights and freedoms they have to try and do the unthinkable, but with the Gestapo and Hitler Youth hot on their trail, is it too late
    Operation Einstein A group of fun loving rebellious German teens calling themselves the Edelweiss Pirates witnesses something so deplorably sickening they decide to take action when a six year old Jewish girl is left or

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    1. This was different to most books I read, I loved the The Book Thief and The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, reading YA in the WW2 period I enjoy, it takes you back to the olden days and lets us understand how lucky we are here in England We always hear about the nasty Germans, but the teenagers were mostly just like us Edelweiss Pirates was fun and exciting I hope they write another in the series.

    2. Mark Cooper makes a great read for young boys, giving a prime example of choosing what you feel is right in your gut and not going with the much larger crowd Starting you off in 2012 and then working its way back with a grandfather sharing a story of WW2 with his grandson He tells him of how he ran with a group called Edelweiss Pirates which leads us to our story I read segments of this book to the middle school I teach at, and it didn t disappoint the students They were in need of a good book a [...]

    3. Edelweiss Pirates Operation Einstein by Mark A Cooper is such an amazing book A group of German teens come together and form a group entitled Edelweiss Pirates They decide to take action when they witness a young Jewish girl who is an orphan They have to decide whether to do the right thing or be loyal to their country.

    4. I really loved how this book combines an incredibly vivid historical setting with such an interesting story line The author takes you on an emotional roller coaster or constant highs and lows as the characters develop and fight for what they believe is right In this book, a group of young teens in Germany are thrown into the horrors of the Holocaust They must decide whether to stick with their nationalistic feelings or fight for their rights They must decide this while the Gestapo Nazi Police ar [...]

    5. Edelweiss Pirates Operation Einstein, by Mark A Cooper is a great fictional book taking place during WW2 The book is about a group of German teenagers who call themselves the Edelweiss Pirates who rebel against the Nazis and their sworn enemy, the Hitler Youth Once the Pirates see that Nazis have orphaned a little six year old girl, they decide to take action and take her in as one of her own The problem is that the little girl is Jewish, and so they have to choose between what is right and betr [...]

    6. Anne Frank for a new generation This was a fascinating tale of children thrown into the horror of the Holocaust Very thought provoking A raw and powerful read that I highly recommend.

    7. Edelweiss Pirates Operation Einstein by Mark A Cooper, was the best book I have ever read I loved this book, but there was one part that just made me sick I hated the part when a train pulls into the Wurzburg station, full of Jewish people going to a concentration camp, and a Nazi soldier pulled a mom away from her new born baby and when the mom tried to get her kid back the soldier threw the baby down on the ground and smashed its head and then turned to the mom, who was on her knees in tears, [...]

    8. I read this for a college project, I found it different to any war novel I had read before To start with Granpda Guthrie was a funny character, I loved him, he was an old devil, a type of Grizzly Adams Dukes of Hazards villain with a big heart who was bringing up his grandson The family were German, Guthrie s own son was of course a German soldier and was killed in the war leaving him to raise Frederick Frederick and his friends were typical rebels, like gothic kids of today They hated the Nazi [...]

    9. azquotes picturequote A great book for 11 16 year olds, it teaches history in a tone that young people American, Jewish, German, British can relate too.Cooper does a tremendous job as he gives both sides of the story, regarding Germany WW2, the Jewish and Hitler youth.The Edelweiss Pirates are a group of average 13 15 year olds, they are growing up in Germany and basically love their country, what they don t like is the Hitler Youth and ban on teenage music, clothing, freedoms and attacks on Ger [...]

    10. Edelweiss Pirates, Operation Einstein is one of the rare books that had me interested from beginning to end The story is extremely well written with just the right amount of historical fiction, action, drama, and suspense that kept me curling my toes excited to see what was going to happen next to these kids All of the characters, my favorite probably being the Grandfather as it reminded me of mine, were all very well developed and unique This was actually the very first book I ve read from Mark [...]

    11. Is there As Grandpa has to tell I hope there s pirate books This was an excellent read A must read for WW2 enthusiasts.

    12. GRANDPA GUNTHRIE lol, is the funniest best character ever, he is really an old poacher and always up to no good, but he is Fredericks Grandpa and as Fredericks parents are dead, he looks after him Deepdown you can see that Granpda gunthre loves him.The book was funny, exciting and wow, sad, one part made me cry I am glad I read it, I can t wait ot read another Edelweiss Pirates book I would be one if it was war time now.

    13. I read the original version that came out in 2010 This is the novel where the famous quote Life has no remote get up and change it yourself came from.This new version seems to be better edited the story flows better and a horrific scene between a Nazi officer and the Jewish mother of an infant baby has been toned down I hope to read book 2.

    14. Edelweiss Pirates was in my opinion a nice getaway from my other book I am required to read I chose to read this novel because I enjoy reading books about the holocaust not only because they are filled with so many jaw dropping and heart breaking events but also because they are one of few genres that are actually able to give me a mental picture of what is going on, just because of all the graphic descriptions It helps me stay interested because even though the sad books usually make me tear up [...]

    15. The Kindle version I was reading had so many grammatical errors, typos, and misspellings that it was really distracting But that aside, this was just not that well written or that good a story It earned two stars only because there were some interesting historical bits on the Hitler Youth that ordinarily don t feature very prominently in other WW2 books But I don t recommend it overall I am looking for books on the topic that are kid friendly I ll continue my search

    16. Edelweiss Pirates Operation Einstein was an okay book, written by Mark Cooper It takes place in Germany during World War II It is a book about five kids who call themselves the pirates They do not like the Nazis The main character, Friedrick gives the kids an idea to play little pranks on the Nazis and the Hitler Youth Their biggest prank is a heist that starts when they find a three year old Jew named Zelda She is being looked for by the Gestapo, and the Pirates decide to save her by stealing a [...]

    17. 2.5 stars I liked the story and I learned some new facts about WWII However, I was blown away by all of the spelling and grammatical errors There were letters missing he instead of the , there were random extra letters auntl ssome , there were grammatical errors all over the place periods instead of commas The editing job was sloppy and unprofessional It was extremely distracting Chapter 1 Page 3 4 He was looking forward to spending the weekend at his grandparents home, although he would enjoy i [...]

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