Anne Frank and Me

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Dramatic Publishing, 1997 - Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - 88 pages
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In one moment Nicole Burns's life changes forever. The sound of gunfire at an Anne Frank exhibit, the panic, the crowd, and Nicole is no longer Nicole. Whiplashed through time and space, she wakes to find herself a privileged Jewish girl living in Nazi-occupied Paris during World War II. No more Internet diaries and boy troubles for Nicole-now she's a carefree Jewish girl, with wonderful friends and a charming boyfriend. But when the Nazi death grip tightens over France, Nicole is forced into hiding, and begins a struggle for survival that brings her face to face with Anne Frank. "This is a powerful and affecting story." (KLIATT)
 

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User Review  - Polo.Pony - LibraryThing

This was such an amazing book! I love it when an author is able to make a good story that will help the readers understand the facts and horror of the holocaust. It was such a beautiful book and you ... Read full review

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User Review  - fairywiccagal - LibraryThing

I thought this book was amazing. It was well written and depicted the Holocaust in a way that made it understandable how bad it was, but it wasn't as graphic as some books are. I thought the premise ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
7
Section 3
9
Section 4
33
Section 5
59
Section 6
89
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Cherie Bennett was born in Buffalo, N.Y. She attended Wayne State University, and then the University of Michigan. Cherie and her husband, Jeff Gottesfeld, often write on teen themes. They wrote the Trash series together, while Cherie authored the best-selling series Sunset Island. Cherie's fiction includes "Life in the Fat Land" and " Zink." Some of her other works include Girls In Love and Turn Me On. Her syndicated column, "Hey, Cherie!" appears in papers coast to coast. She is also one of America's finest young playwrights and a back-to-back winner of the Kennedy Center's "New Visions/New Voices" playwriting award. Cherie and Jeff also write under the pseudonymns C. J. Anders and Zoey Dean. Cherie and Jeff live in Nashville and Los Angeles.

Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld, Cherie Bennett and her husband, Jeff Gottesfeld, often write on teen themes. This novel is for Berkley; they wrote the Trash series together, while Cherie authored the best-selling Berkley series Sunset Island. Cherie writes both paperback and hardcover fiction-"Life in the Fat Land, Zink"-while her Copley News Service syndicated column, "Hey, Cherie!" appears in papers coast to coast. She is also one of America's finest young playwrights and a back-to-back winner of the Kennedy Center's "New Visions/New Voices" playwriting award. Cherie and Jeff live in Nashville and Los Angeles.

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