Livia Bitton-Jackson Message Board
SHADOWthiefX posts on 5/15/2009 8:53:05 PM
this bk was so sad! i read this other 1 called Night, & i think Hitler was just plain crazy!
Chelsey posts on 4/21/2009 4:15:33 PM
I have read her book and of course cried! It is an amazing book and I'm blessed that tomorrow I get the chance to meet her. She is a wonderful rolemodel. If you are still reading Holocaust books you should read SHOAH by Cantor Leo Fettman, it is amazing!!
Jane B. posts on 3/28/2009 2:43:39 PM
I had to do an book club assignment on a holocaust novel and i chose I Have Lived A Thousand Years, and I'm glad i did. I cried and never read a diary before so i was so moved. Amazing book !
Kevin posts on 3/25/2009 7:59:13 AM
I am currently teaching I Have Lived a Thousand Years to high school freshmen in Ohio and they are riveted. I don't know if Ms. Bitton-Jackson checks in on this forum or not, but thank you for your straightforward and unapologetic narrative. Some of my students may be sending you letters...
Caroline B. posts on 3/3/2009 7:28:24 PM
I recently read this book for a non-fiction project in my 7th grade class. I found it really moving and cried more than once. You did a great job and I just couldn't help commenting.
Mary Benner posts on 3/2/2009 1:02:56 AM
This message is for susan shillingford. I talk with Livia and I will tell her about this site and ask her to come and look at this, how you would like to talk with her about a screen adaptation.
sabrina posts on 2/15/2009 2:51:04 PM
i love the book i have lived a thousand years it is so freak'n awsome
Janette Nelson posts on 2/14/2009 3:40:12 PM
I read I Have Lived a Thousand Years as a requirement for a grad course. This was an amazing book. I am completing the assignment by doing some research online and have come across this web site. I could not resist commenting. I see Ms. Bitton-Jackson's other titles and am thinking of purchasing some of them. J.N.
Tiffany Monson posts on 2/12/2009 10:17:58 PM
Did you ever get your book of poems back from the Hungarian soldier?
Catherine posts on 1/22/2009 8:46:26 PM
I have read "I Have Lived a Thousand Years", "My Bridges of Hope", and "Hello, America". I LOVED them all. I read them in 5th grade when the libarirn suggested them to me. I am in 8th grade now and still think they are the best books I have ever read. I can not belive everything you went through and if it was me, I do not think I would have be able to. So I have great admiration for you and wish you well.
P.S. because of my interest, my mother and I have visited the holocaust museums in NYC and Washington DC.
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