Anne Frank

  • Title: Anne Frank
  • Author: Susanna Davidson Natacha Goransky Eva Schloss
  • ISBN: 9780794512590
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Anne Frank At the age of thirteen Anne Frank went into hiding with her family to escape from the Nazis For two years she couldn t go outside or run or shout or laugh too loudly Instead she poured her thoughts
    At the age of thirteen, Anne Frank went into hiding with her family to escape from the Nazis For two years, she couldn t go outside or run or shout or laugh too loudly Instead, she poured her thoughts and feelings into her diary, which is now famous all over the world This story of her life begins when she was still a carefree girl like any other.

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    1. Aw, this book was so sad and yet so very interesting! Amazing!

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    2. I read a book called "Anne Frank" by Susanna Davidson. This book is about a young Jewish girl named Anne who is trying to stay away from the Nazi's that want to take her and her family away to concentration camps. Her and her family made up of her mother, her father, and her sister. They do end up needing to go in to hiding, so they hid up in an attic that is hidden in her fathers work place. they can not go tot the real world any more for about 2 years. Sadly they are found and taken away.The b [...]

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    3. the book was trgic,at the age of thirteen ,Anne Frank went hrr family to escape from the Nazis.For two years,she couldn't go outside or run or shout or laugh too loudly.Instead she poured her thoughts and feelings into her dairyis story of her life begins when she was still a carefree girl like any other.

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    4. LOVED it!! First time I read about the whole "Jewish" Deal :(. It was really good! I would like to read more!

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    5. This is a breath taking true story of a Jewish girl who had to fight against the Nazis, and ended up hiding in a building for years non able to go outside, make noise through the time 8:30AM-5 or 6PM.

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    6. Book Review 2This non-fiction edition of the life of Anne Frank is aimed at readers who are ready for longer stories. It is set out in a clear and concise manner, with the main events in Anne’s life divided into six chapters – from ‘Living free’ (- chapter 1) in Amsterdam where she happily played with hoops and hopscotch with her sister and friends after fleeing the persecution in Germany, to ‘The camps’ (- chapter 6) where unimaginable scenes took place where she and her family were [...]

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    7. Anne Frank is a normal, free little Jewish girl, until Hitler comes and invades Amsterdam, where she lives. He tries to send all Jewish girls and boys at the age of sixteen (I think it's sixteen) to concentration camps to work and be killed. Anne's older sister, Margot, has had a call-up (a message saying 'GO TO A CONCENTRATION CAMP NOW') and Anne and Margot, their parents and friends, go into hiding at a secret annexe at the back of Anne's dad's office. When the German police find them and take [...]

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    8. I am learning about WW2 at school and wanted to read a true story.Anne Frank was 13 years old when she went into hiding with her family to escape the Nazis. She lived their 2 years in awful conditions not even allowed to run around, shout or laugh incase they were heard. Her experience of this time was recorded in her autograph book which became her diary.Sadly lots of people including Anne did not survive and I found this very upsetting. Some were not killed but died through ill health.I wish w [...]

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    9. This is a well written biography for young readers to introduce them to Anne Frank, her life and her diary. To those who are old enough to have read her diary and to understand the horrors of the holocaust it may seem as if certain aspects of Anne's life and the holocaust are glossed over; However one must remember that this book is geared toward 8-10 year olds and could be read by younger readers ready for a bit more challenging vocabulary and subject matter. I read this with my 9-year-old emer [...]

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    10. This book is wonderful, it follows the journey of the iconic girl that made history, with snippets from her diary and both chilling and uplifting photos to help the reader imagine what life was like at the time. I have gone back to this book a few times now, after being bought it a few years ago, and it is very much aimed at a younger audience, explaining why I would now like deeper content and more facts!

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    11. This is a good introduction to the Anne Frank story, for younger readers who are just beginning to learn of the horrors of the Holocaust. It gives a brief rundown of the events in Anne's life. There are quite a few photos of the Frank family and friends, as well as historical photos. It's not terribly in-depth, just a good place to start.

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    12. This book is a wonderful informational book about Anne Frank. It takes the reader through the life experiences of Anne Frank. I would use this book in an older classroom during a class project or a social studies lesson.

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    13. When anne was thirteen they went to there hidding place to escape form nazis . Four month later mr. Van pels and Mrs. Van pels joind them.2 years past they were caut by the nazis and anne and margot were dead.

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    14. Although only 61 pages, this is an engaging introduction to Anne Frank and her life. The many photos of her, her family, her friends and of the Nazis, the concentration camps and the war add to the younger reader's knowledge of the time in which she lived.

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    15. Very tragic story but a great book!! Anne Frank has inspired me and I have written one essay and almost two speeches on her.

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    16. Everyone should read it and make sure this thing should never be repeated.

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    17. Brilliant book to teach younger people of Anne's story. Brilliantly written, perfect choice of images and informative!

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    18. This book was really good because you learn about Anne Frank.

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    19. Breaks my heart hearing this story.

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    20. This book fascinated me when I first picked it up aged 10 the point where I decided to take it home and 'forget' to return it. Great read- super informative and extremely interesting!

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    21. it's about a girl who lives in hiding and dies in the shock of her sisters death and the thought of her parents death while her parents are still alive.

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    22. Amazing to learn about Anne.

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