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    The story of the book was called the Boy In The Striped Pyjamas. This story was about a boy who lived during the German Reich in which his father was a commandment of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp. He lives with his father Ralf, Mother Elsa, Sister Gretel, and maid Maria. Bruno now goes and starts finding little by little what's going on because he doesn't know about his dad's job. As Bruno meets a boy in the concentration camp called Shmuel who's a lonely boy who lost his father (when his father went and participated in a protest and never came back). Elsa finds out what Ralf's job really is and is mad at him. Bruno decides to help Schmuel to find his father and changes clothes into the "Striped pajamas" and finally finds out how life is for Schmuel and gets into a gas chamber and Bruno's family finds out he's missing and as an SS soldier pours some Zyklon B pellets as the Jews start yelling and banging on the door. As Ralf finds out a gassing has started and finds out Bruno is in there and yells his name but it is already to late Bruno's dead. I think this book is bad as the ending is a sad one. Bruno and the Jewish people did not deserve to die. This book also made me personally sad, but in all the plot and the details of the book were amazing I just think that the ending was bad. I think audience reading this book should be 13+ who are reading about Jews and Nazis. Or who are reading about the world war 2. Also on if people wanted to know how Jewish people actually have to live on concentration camps. An internal conflict is man vs self when Bruno offers a piece of cake. Kolter the lieutenant accuses him of stealing. Shmuel denies saying that Bruno offered him but as Kolter asks Bruno. Since Bruno is scared of Kolter him is fighting against himself to say yes or no. An external conflict is man vs man when a new doctor called Pavel helps the family but Pavel has to watch out because he is Jewish. When Pavel accidentally drops wine on Kolter. Kolter beats him to death. This shows man vs man because Kolter physically fights the man and kills him. The book of this title is called The Boy In The Striped Pajamas. I think this is a good title because it shows what the Jewish people had to wear when they were in the concentration camp. I think a good title would be the boy behind the barbed wire because it would make sense because he is in the concentration camp where he can't escape. I think the theme would be friendship. Bruno made friends with the people his family hated and would come and play board games and give him food. It's also friendship because Bruno had only one friend during the time he lived in the out with (his new home) he would never make fun of him or befriend him because he was Jewish. Lastly it is friendship because Bruno died trying to find Shmuel's dad and stood up for each other even in death.
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    This book is called Petey by Ben Mikaelsen. This book is about a 60 year old man named Petey who lives with cerebral palsy and cannot be cured. Petey has been in an insane asylum for mostly his entire life because of his looks and actions but Petey really is a regular human being who's been discriminated by doctors and people because of how he is outside and not inside. Petey now lives in a nursering home with a friend named Trevor Ladd who offers to help Petey after seeing how Petey actually just like him. I think this book is a adventurous and amazing book and how this book can change people on how they live and act. I also think this book shows that disabled people aren't people you just stare at or make fun of I think you should respect and know that disabled people are just like you but made differently than others and inside we are all the same. I would recommend this book to people who are looking for an adventure. I would also recommend this book to people who are going through hard times and know that being positive is the answer. An internal conflict is man vs self, Petey vs himself mentally and physically because he suffers with severe cerebral palsy in which he has trouble moving around, stiff muscles, and and problems with coordination and many more, and mentally because Petey has a learning disability, speech disorder and lots more. An external conflict is man vs society because many people judge Petey because of how he looks and acts.
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