Livia Bitton-Jackson Message Board

Jessica posts on 5/28/2005 12:47:59 AM hi, it's me again. Laura, i would love to hear from your grandmother!! Please ask her post asap, as there are many people excited to hear more about her life since 'Elli'. I wish you health and happiness.
Mike posts on 5/25/2005 5:58:17 PM I read this book and it's amazing. I have to do an oral report and if the pressure doesn't take me I should do fine.I really like holocaust stories this is the second one I've read. This one is much more tragic. It's an amazing story. George your not the only guy on here
Melinda Wallis posts on 5/24/2005 10:40:25 PM I've just read Elli again after 15 years, and the sadness I felt was as if reading it for the first time. I would be so interested to know where she is now, and any other infirmation you can give me on her life sine "Elli" She is an amazing person, a true survivor, and very inspirational to me.

Laura Faiwiszewski posts on 5/24/2005 7:55:06 PM My mother just went to Israel, she'll be with my grandmother very soon. I'll try to remind her (my grand-mother) to check the site again soon.
Jessica posts on 5/24/2005 12:48:24 AM I have read Elli about a hundred times since i was about in grade four. It is the most inspirational book that i have ever read. The suffering that you described is absolutely unimagineable. I find it so hard to conceive that horror that you have lived through. Because of this, i have chosen you as my personal role model. Livia Bitton-Jackson, you truly are an inspiration to all those who have suffered through hard times. I wish you all the happiness in the world.
Laura Faiwiszewski posts on 5/16/2005 10:19:46 PM Hi, my name is Laura and I am Livia's grand-daughter (she's my mother's mother). I was with my grandmother over passover and i shoed her the website and she said, when she has time, she will post, so keep your eyes open! If you wish to reach me you can IM me (aim/aol) at fivo72 (not email). Thank you, Laura.
Brenna posts on 5/5/2005 7:08:47 PM I have your books I have lived a Thousand Years, My Bridges of Hope, and Hello America. They are so awesome. I laughed, I cried, mostly cried. I'm in 7th grade and I'm doing a project on your books. I've been interested in the Holocaust since I was four and went to Europe and was able to see Anne Frank's hiding place and the home of the Ten Boom family. I really enjoyed your books and there's so many other things I'd like to say and ask, but I must leave.
caroline burte posts on 5/5/2005 10:09:29 AM I've just finished your book. I believe in my heart that God has gifted the world with the opportunity to read about your experiences. I feel the closeness and connection I needed to establish with the holocaust victimes by reading this book. I now understand exactly what had happened from beginning to end. There is no documentary or history book that can provide the information and insight that your book has. I thank God for the gift of strength and endourane to you so that you could write this book and explain to the world that we are powerfully strong as both individuals and as Jews. I thank you for being who you are and I wish for your evey day to be filled with love and joy!
George posts on 5/1/2005 2:12:58 AM im probably the only boy on this message board. im in 8th grade and have read ive lived a thousand years book over 10 times already, although it is full of sorrow, suffering, death, it is also full of hope, the will to survive, believing and knowing that you're going to wake up tomorrow morning and survive for many more mornings, although id like to talk to livia, its not necessary, she along with others helped open my eyes to how much life is really worth, how i should be grateful to be alive each day, how short life can be, although there's little chance you'll see this, thank you Livia Bitton-Jackson.
Mary Benner posts on 4/30/2005 1:12:17 AM The only pictures I have ever seen of Livia are the pictures included on the I Have Lived a Thousand Years book. The cover picture which was taken before she was taken from her town to Auschwitz and a picture included at the end of Livia in recent years. Remember the Nazi's confiscated and burned any pictures the Jewish people had.
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