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rebecca posts on 2/9/2011 11:27:14 AM reply to bess: have you read 'my bridges of hope' and 'hello, america'? those tell of the years after the shoah. her latest book was published last august. it is 'saving what remains' and is a captivating read, as are all of her books. she also writes a newspaper column that is available online.
Bess posts on 2/7/2011 8:32:34 PM Is there any word on whether or not Livia is planning on writing any more books? It would be interesting to learn about the period between the time when she earned her high school diploma and when she moved to Israel.
Bonnie Olson posts on 10/30/2010 1:19:51 PM I just finished reading "I Have Lived a Thousand Years". I am a 66yr old Grandma who has buried two sons. I am giving this book to my grandchildren, in hopes they never complain about not having enough in life. What a heart tugging story that everyone should read. It would be an honor to share with Livia. Next Sunday at our local libray in Tigard, Oregon, holocaust survivors will be speaking. I am going and hope to mention Livia's books. God bless this precious woman for sharing her story.



mark simpkins posts on 8/29/2010 8:38:27 AM just finished ELLI and i feel like i know livia from the fantastic detail she describes herself throughout the book.a absolute tragic story of something that is unbelievable that could ever happen,livia you are one amazing lady
Jamie W. posts on 4/13/2010 8:19:16 PM I finished reading I have Lived a Thousand years.. IT WAS AMAZING!! I am suppose to do a report on her, and I am wondering if she is still alive and how many kids she has.. I would Love to meet her and she IS A STRONG character and person.. Thanks try to help.. Mrs. Bitton-Jackson I would REALLY LOVE to meet you...
rebecca wright posts on 12/23/2009 10:18:08 PM to answer bruce major: ms. bitton-jackson lives in netanya, israel. there is an excellent address which she gave at the durham museum @ yom hashoah this year. if you go to their website and click on archived lectures, it will come up. you will also very much appreciate her other books: my bridges of hope; hello, america; and the latest one, saving what remains. i have lived a thousand years in the youth edition of her book, elli: coming of age in the holocaust.
Bruce Major posts on 12/22/2009 7:27:20 PM Hi My name is Bruce and I am a 49 year old Jewish man and I just got done reading the Book I have lived a thousand years. I was so touched as I think anyone with a heart and soul would be. I was wondering if Mrs. Livia Bitton speaks anywhere in the NYC area regularly or if she allows people to meet her. Does she live in NYC still. I live in crown heights Brooklyn and would love to meet her. Warm regards Bruce
Yolanda posts on 12/3/2009 9:54:22 PM Alicia Livia is a special friend of mine. Look me up in my email and i will forward the information you are looking for.
rebecca posts on 12/3/2009 8:02:42 PM alicia, there is a wealth of information on livia bitton-jackson's life since liberation, all written by her. get these books and read them in this order: 1) my bridges of hope; 2) hello, america; and 3) saving what remains. the last book just came out in august, and it is phenomenal. all these books are written by livia bitton-jackson. also you can find a lecture given by ms. bitton-jackson just this past april at the durham museum here in the usa. it's on their website on their past lectures page. it's great, and you can bookmark it if you like. happy reading & listening! rebecca
blarouche posts on 11/30/2009 11:23:35 PM alicia, The author's e-mail address is lbj@013.net. She posted that about a year ago, so hopefully it is still current. It's worth a try! Good Luck with your project!
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