Anne Frank, Beyond the Diary: A Photographic Remembrance

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Puffin Books, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 113 pages
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Anne Frank lived a life filled with the enthusiasms and hopes shared by many young women coming into adulthood. But the times Anne lived in and wrote of in her diary made her simple life extraordinary. In over one hundred photographs, many which have never been published, this poignant memoir brings to life the harrowing story of one young Jewish woman's struggle to survive during a period of history which must never be forgotten.

"All libraries will want this: for classroom units studying the Holocaust, for kids reading the diary, for everyone who remembers it." - Booklist

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User Review  - Erika.D - LibraryThing

This went beyond the diary of Anne Frank and was an incredible story. Readers will find pages filled with actual photographs from the Frank family as well as documents from the time of WWII and the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brettch - LibraryThing

My Mom had me read this book years ago, and then I pulled it off the shelf for this class. This is a story of a terrible time in our worlds history and the experience of a girl and her family. It was ... Read full review

Contents

The Best Birthday Present
3
From Frankfurt to Amsterdam
6
Dear Kitty
37
Copyright

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Anna Quindlen, whose New York Times column won a 1992 Pulitzer Prize, is the author of the essay collections Thinking Out Loud and Living Out Loud; the bestselling novels Object Lessons, One True Thing, and Black and Blue; and two children's books. The mother of three, she lives in Hoboken, New Jersey.

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