Anne Frank: A Hidden Life

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Puffin Books, Aug 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 176 pages
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The most famous Holocaust victim, and her family's life in the Secret Annex, is remembered by surviving friends, neighbors, and the people who protected Anne Frank during the war. Sections from Anne's diary that were recently made public give readers a close look at the girl who wrote, I want to go on living even after my death! Photos.

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Review: Anne Frank: A Hidden Life

User Review  - Cindy Dyson Eitelman - Goodreads

Compared to Marcia Muller's Anne Frank: The Biography, this book is a lightweight. But it had some insights and I enjoyed it a little. No new facts, but a different way of looking at Anne's writings and revisions. And some especially good speculations about her companions in hiding. Read full review

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User Review  - Bobby - Goodreads

Literary criticism for teens, basically. Her ideas and conclusions are interesting, but they're not groundbreaking or even supported with much corroborating evidence. I felt like my understanding of Anne was pretty much the same before and after reading it. Read full review

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Pressler is a translator and biographer of Anne Frank

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