Anne Frank

Anne Frank

The Diary of A Young Girl

Book - 1967
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Publisher: Garden City, New York : Doubleday & Company Inc., 1967
Characteristics: 308 pages
Additional Contributors: Roosevelt, Eleanor
Mooyart, B.M.


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May 03, 2017

I am not sure what caused me to pick up this book, but I am so glad I did. I had never read it before, although I knew the story well - or at least I knew the gist of the story (that they lived in hiding until they were found, arrested and sent to concentration camps). It is so interesting to see the deep thoughts of a 13-15 year old (even if she did go back through later in their stay to edit some of her previous entries - she was still at most fifteen years old). The maturity, the turmoil, the life lived - and taken way too early. I appreciate that there are entries about "young love" and tiffs with her parents, while at the same time thoughts on politics and war. Every few pages I had to remind myself of the "ending"... that she wasn't lucky enough to survive, that she would never see the fruition of her work, that she would die at the hands of the Nazis and never get to follow her dreams or grow up.

Mar 25, 2017

this book has a lot about peter in it

Aug 18, 2016

I have it on hold so i have not yet read it... My cousin told me about it... Its sad to read about a young girl suffering...

yellow_beaver_38 Apr 30, 2016

Anne Frank's Diary is inspiring itself and it was sad she didn't see the end of WW2. She wondered if her diary became famous and it did.

Mar 28, 2016

I'm really looking forward to reading this - I just read Number the Stars (Lois Lowry) and I loved it. I'm hoping I'll love this too! (I'm pretty sure I will.)

Very touching.

cmlibrary_aghilton Feb 01, 2016

When Anne Frank wrote this diary, she had no idea she would inspire generations of people. Though her story has a heartbreaking ending, her courage through it all is incredibly uplifting.

indigo_beetle_81 Dec 12, 2015

I am thirteen and I love Anne Frank's diary.
She is so much like me. I wish I new her.

Jul 05, 2015

Anne is a very interesting person that has a many things to say.

I'm only 12 but I think this will be a good book for me to read.

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" All private telephones were cut off at eleven o clock yesterday."


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