Anne Frank: Life in Hiding
A marvelous and readable introduction to Anne Frank and the Holocaust, this sensitive portrait allows the reader to identify with Anne Frank and to share her isolation, hopes, and fears. This biography tells both about the Frank family and their lives before World War II and their years spent in hiding during the war. For more information, visit The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity.
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