Ruth Minsky Sender Message Board
lily posts on 10/14/2009 1:33:34 PM
hi riva your bok has touched my heart and it is sad what happend to you
RUTH MINSKY SENDER posts on 10/13/2009 6:09:03 PM
I amm happy to learn that my books have such a strong effect. We must learn what hate, prejudice and indifference leads to.
Please e-mail your sons paper to me at rsender @ optonline . net. I love to read it.With best wishes, Riva
lily posts on 10/13/2009 1:53:54 PM
dear Riva did any family mebers of yours surrvive the holocaust?
RUTH MINSKY SENDER posts on 10/13/2009 11:25:50 AM
I an happy to hear that my books have such a strong effect.
I will be at your school this school year. I do not have a date yet.
With best wishes, Riva
Nancy McGrady posts on 10/11/2009 9:36:17 AM
Good Morning-My son wrote a beatiful review for his 7th grade LA class on your book, The Cage. His teacher was quite impressed and he received a 50/50. He was equally impressed by your compassion and ways that you succeeded in overcoming the oppression of the Nazis. Is there somewhere that he can forward a copy of his paper. Thanks you, and God bless.
Dan K posts on 10/11/2009 12:34:40 AM
hello my name is Dan i was just wondering if you were coming to the Elwood Middle School in East Northport NY, this year ive read The cage and To Life just got The Holocaust Lady in mail today thanks for your time and please write back
RUTH MINSKY SENDER posts on 9/28/2009 2:16:07 PM
Thank you for your touching note.
We do not know how much hidden strength we posess until needed. We must never give up hope. I love to hear from you. Write rsender @ optonline . com.
With best wishes, Riva
Stephy posts on 9/28/2009 1:03:30 PM
I am reading your book, The Cage, now and I can't put it down. Even though I wish I could because tears start filling my eyes. I'm 19 which is about the age you were at the camps.
I wonder if I could have been as strong as you were.
I keep wishing to meet you and give you a hug.
It would be an honor if I were able to keep in touch with you.
RUTH MINSKY SENDER posts on 9/24/2009 1:12:42 PM
WHEN When we were finaly liberated from the Nazi concentration camps we were in shock.
I still feel the horror and pain when our Russian liberators told us that they found only murdered people and ashes.
I do mot know what happen to Katia or the Nazi gaurd. Best wishes,Riva
Dan R posts on 9/17/2009 6:38:04 PM
I loved your book, I came across it in a library and read the first chapter, I got so into it that i finished it the next day. I just have some questions, What were your first emotions when the Russians liberated the camp? Also what ever happened to the Nazi who took you to the hospital and the doctor and where did Katia end up?
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