Ruth Minsky Sender Message Board

Ruth Minsky Sender posts on 6/17/2009 10:45:43 AM Dear Dan. Thank you for your touching message. If you GUGGLE my name RUTH MINSKY SENDER there are a few pictures I found on book jackets. With best wishes Riva
Dan R posts on 6/17/2009 9:37:51 AM Mrs. Sender, i loved your book, it was the best holocaust story i ever read. Being German and Polish I have many WWII stories myself, but i was wondering If you had a picture of your family during the 1940s, or your older syblings, i would love to see what they actually looked like.
Caitlyn posts on 6/13/2009 8:43:56 PM Well thats cool Your a good person to talk to and you have been a lot of help with every thing for me. ~Caitlyn

Ruth Minsky Sender posts on 6/10/2009 6:57:05 PM Dear Andy Evrything I weote in The Cage, and more realy happen to me. I never found Mama, Motele or Mishele.They vanished without a trace. I can use my right arm but one of my fingrs is stiff. We must remember and learn what hate,prejudice and indifference lead to. With best wishes Riva
Analy posts on 6/10/2009 3:44:28 PM My name is Analy and I attend Cherry Ave. Middle school in Tulare CA reading the cage was so sad did that actully realy happen to you if it did I am really sorry.Did you ever see your mom agin or Motele or Moshiele.What did you have to do when they called your number up. Can you move your right hand or you still have to use your left hand. It was really great for you that you had friends to help you out like Katie she had you take a shower and smmugled food for you.It was really great that you were able to survive afterthe Holocaust to tell us all about it. What year were you set free. How is Nacy doing? We have learned so much about you.I really wish i could meet you one day.
Ruth Minsky Sender posts on 6/9/2009 7:01:03 PM Dear Kaitlyn I like first person stories. Writing came naturally to me since I was ten years old. With best wishes Riva
Mandy posts on 6/9/2009 6:55:37 PM ok thanks anyway. i know. i live in somerset wi. so it is too far. so thanks anyway. god be with you mandy
Ruth Minsky Sender posts on 6/9/2009 6:26:31 PM Dear Robert. I got my number in Mittelstine, Germany slave labor camp. It was not tatooed butwe had to remember the number or 400 girls in the camp woould be punished. My late husband, also a Holocaust survivor got his number tattoed in Auschwitz and I had asked if it hurt. He said not nuch. Riva
Robert posts on 6/9/2009 6:07:45 PM Dear Riva, Hello my name is Robert and i live in Tulare California and i go to Cherry Avenue Middle School. I wanted to ask you when you had to get your number did they tatto it on ?Also if so did it hurt for a long time. - Robert A.
Ruth Minsky Sender posts on 6/9/2009 4:53:25 PM Dear Samantha Yes.My books are based on my childhood experiences during and after the Holocaust. All the people and their names are real. They were my family, my friens and they all perished becayse of hate, prejudice and indifference.We must remember. With best wishes Riva
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