Ruth Minsky Sender Message Board
Toni Piccolo posts on 2/8/2010 12:20:00 PM
Dear Ms Sender, I have had the privilege of teaching The Cage once again to my students. They are so involved in your experience. They want to meet you so desperately. I know that may not be possible, but a few years back, you graciously agreed to a phone conference. WOuld you be open to that again? It was a life changing experience for my students and for me.
Thank you for your courage and sharing your story.
Nikki Harley posts on 2/6/2010 3:42:16 AM
I had the privilege of reading your book the Cage in the seventh grade; that was over 22 years ago. Your story as well as others like it have left a indelible marks on my heart. That same little 12 year old girl wrote a letter to you...and much to my surprise you wrote back! You closed the letter with, "As long as there's life there is hope." I must have read that letter 50 times! Your simple act of kindness has stayed with me. No words will ever be enough to express my gratitude...so I will simply say, I will always remember. May G_D continue to bless and keep you.
Anthony Franco posts on 2/3/2010 9:26:51 PM
Dear Mrs. Sender, my English class just finished reading The Cage. My English class is a great class, and I think it would be great if you could visit my class, in Gilbert High School.We would be happy to have you visit us. Oh and I have some questions that I was wondering I could ask about your book.
Madelynn Krauss posts on 2/2/2010 9:11:32 PM
I will read that poem and I will make sure that I teach them as much as I can about you and what you have been through. I have said many times to them as long as there is life there is hope. Ever since I read it in the Cage it is all I can think about when something happens and makes me depressed. We haven't even met and I fell that you have taught me so much. Thank you
ruth minsky sender posts on 2/2/2010 6:18:46 PM
Read the poem Why to your class and speak about it.
Remind the students AS LONG AS THERE IS LIFE THERE IS HOPE
We must remember. We must learn We must teach.
With best wishes.
Madelynn Krauss posts on 1/31/2010 5:44:52 PM
My teacher Mrs. Flayton, the on you visited a while ago, asked me to give a little presentation to my class about your book the Cage. I'm really looking forward to it. Is there anything important you want me to say? Do you have anything in mind that you think I should mention?
ruth minsky sender posts on 1/23/2010 7:21:56 PM
plese write to rsender @ optonline . net
best wishes riva
Breannao posts on 1/18/2010 3:59:09 PM
Dear Ruth, I loved your book and am doing a report on it. I thought that for some references i could talk to you by email.. Please get back to me. I have many questions and i am hoping that you could help. Thank you. <3 Brea
Madelynn Krauss posts on 1/17/2010 6:46:12 PM
Dear Ruth. I understand not being able to travel this far, it is quite a long trip. I plan on reading the rest of your books, To Life, Remember Your Name, and The Holocaust Lady. I think I will have to go a public library because I don't know if my school library will have some of your books, but I will do whatever it takes to get a hold of them. I will be sure to tell Mrs. Flayton you say hi, she will be excited.
I'm sorry if this is annoying, but, do you think it could be possible to have a video chat with you since it is too far of a travel? I just think it would be really amazing if my class could talk to you and meet a real survivor.
Best of wishes,
ruth minsky sender posts on 1/17/2010 4:50:50 PM
Thank you for yoye touching letter.
Please read also the sequels to THE CAGE, TO LIFE and also THE HOLOCAUST LADY. I an sorry but I cnn not travel that far. I go only to local schools. Say hello to your teacher, Sandy.
With best wishes, Riva
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