Anne Frank

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Lucent Books, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Discusses the life of Anne Frank, focusing on the years she and her family spent in hiding and the impact of her story upon the world.

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The book that I'm reading is Anne Frank. It's about this girl and her family spent hiding from the Germans or Nazis. So they had to hide from the Germans because if they had found them then, they would be sent to a Concentration Camp. They didn't want to be there because they would have to be slaves and work. Some people would die because they would have "Scabies" * Basically body lice. They would also die from Hunger. The main characters are Anne, and her family. My favorite part of the book so far is when they just start off a good and happy ways! I would recommend this to people that would like Biography and if they like good juicy books!  

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I love the book and i really enjoyed Anne Frank's experience. Although she died, she still made an impact through her diary- Belinda Emeh.

Contents

Foreword
7
CHAPTER 5
44
CHAPTER 8
75
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

John Wukovits is the author of "Pacific Alamo: The Battle for Wake Island," several military biographies, and many articles for such publications as "World WarII History," "Naval History," "World War II," "The Journal of Military History," and "Naval War College Review," Author website: onesquaremileofhell.com

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