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ntsNot the Same
ntsNothing to Say
ntsNot To Scale
ntsNeedless To Say
ntsNevada Test Site
ntsNational Trust for Scotland
ntsNational Testing Services (Pakistan)
ntsNote to Self
ntsNucleus Tractus Solitarius
ntsNew Testament Studies (professional journal)
ntsNumber the Stars (book by Lois Lowry)
ntsNot Too Shabby
ntsNotice of Trustee Sale (real estate forclosure)
ntsNational Technical Systems
ntsNT Server (Microsoft Windows)
ntsNational Topographic System (Canadian land systems - oil and gas)
ntsNon-Technical Summary
ntsNew Tech Solutions (various locations)
ntsNot Too Sure
ntsNaval Training Station
ntsNational Testing System
ntsNational Traffic System (amateur radio)
ntsNetwork Source
ntsNt System
ntsNetwork Test System
ntsNovell Technical Support
ntsNovell Technical Services
ntsNt Server
ntsNew Typesetting System
ntsNetwork Technical Support
ntsNational Training School
ntsNetwork Time Server
ntsNon-Temporary Storage
ntsNaval Training School (US Navy)
ntsNicotine Transdermal System
ntsNational Train Show (National Model Railroad Association)
ntsNational Transportation Statistics (report)
ntsNon-Technical Skill
ntsNational Transport Strategy (various locations)
ntsNetwork Time Service(s)
ntsNorad Tracks Santa
ntsNon-Traditional Student
ntsNet Travel Service (various locations)
ntsNeed to Sleep
ntsNight Targeting System
ntsNurse Training School
ntsNumber Translation Service (Telco)
ntsNasotracheal Suctioning
ntsNetwork Television Station
ntsNote the Sarcasm
ntsNew Technologies Support (group)
ntsNaval Telecommunications System
ntsNederlandse Televisie Stichting
ntsNippon Tokushu Sokki (Japan)
ntsNaval Transportation Service (US Navy)
ntsNational Theatre Society (Ireland)
ntsNew Teacher Standards (Kentucky)
ntsNontradable Shares (Chinese Stock Market)
ntsNetwork Tracking System
ntsNetwork TeleSystems (Sunnyvale, CA)
ntsNavy Torpedo Station
ntsNet Trade Sales
ntsNear Term Schedule (various organizations)
ntsNative Title Service (Australia)
ntsNatural Therapeutics Specialist
ntsNew Tactical System
ntsNielsen Tennis Stadium (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
ntsNo Torsion System
ntsNew Toy Syndrome
ntsnegative torque sensing (aviation)
ntsNational Tribology Services (oil analysis lab)
ntsN-Terminal Subdomain
ntsNANA Training Systems (training and consulting organization; Alaska)
ntsNational Topographical System (Canada)
ntsNorthern Transmission System
ntsNash the Slash (musician)
ntsNon-Terminal Symbol (computer science)
ntsNashua Transit System
ntsNaval Target Sub-Division (US Navy)
ntsNorwalk Transit System (Norwalk, CA)
ntsNational Training Services (Northampton, UK)
ntsName-Tree Service
ntsNorthwest TeleHealth Services
ntsNominal Tube Size
ntsCarl Zeiss Nano Technology Systems
ntsNonresident Tracking System
ntsNational Transmittal System
ntsNaviant Technology Solutions, Inc.
ntsNaval Technical Services
ntsNielsen Television Service
ntsNon-Tariff Size
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Number the Stars takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1943.
Number the Stars is inspiring because it shows a lot of people with good hearts uniting and standing as one in defiance against the forces of evil.
The poster, it turns out, was part of a sixth-grade assignment for students after reading Lois Lowry's Number the Stars, a work of historical fiction commonly used to introduce young readers to the Holocaust.
The two novels in this CBI unit were Lily's Crossing (1997) by Patricia Reilly Gift and Number the Stars (1989) by Lois Lowry.
Lowry, Lois, Number the Stars (Bantam Doubleday, 1998).
My favorites are Number the Stars by Lois Lowry, about an incredible Danish girl during WWII, and Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen, about an extraordinary boy.
Number the Stars by Lois Lowry is a very interesting book about a family in Denmark.
In my opinion, the book is titled Number the Stars because the Star of David is used in the book to guide people to freedom.
If you want to understand about history and learn about what happened to small kids during the war, read Lois Lowry's book, Number the Stars.
Number the Stars taught me about World War II and how it was for children to live during those times with soldiers all around them.
Number the Stars is about a 10-year-old Christian girl named Annemarie Johansen and her best friend Ellen Rosen, a Jewish girl.
Lowry, 73, is the author of more than 30 books for children, but two are among her the most-read and widely discussed: The Giver, her 1994 Newbery award-winning dystopian novel about a boy assigned by his community to receive all the memories of the past, and Number the Stars, her 1990 Newbery award winner, which deals with how Denmark saved its Jews during the Holocaust.