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Anne Frank's Family: The Extraordinary Story of Where She Came From, Based on More Than 6,000 Newly Discovered Letters, Documents, and Photos

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  • Posted May 31, 2012

    Treasures from the attic

    One of the most famous young writers is Anne Frank. Anne Frank’s diaries are her definitive work and have helped continue the cause of social rights. Now there is a work in Anne Frank’s Family by Mirjam Pressler with Gerti Elias that gives a deeper perspective of Anne Frank’s world.
    After discovering over 6000 documents in the attic in her cousin’s Buddy Elias home, his wife Geri Elias took on a mission to publish them in a book.
    What results is a fascinating peek into the intergenerational dynamics of the Frank family. How they dealt with the shifting attitudes toward the Jews.
    You discover the vital role that Otto Frank, Anne’s father had in publishing her work and establishing a foundation. How close her relationship was with her Cousin Buddy and she wrote that she longed to be able to be reunited and have the chance to skate together one day.
    The letter also reveals the passion, the love, and the literally beauty in the poems and notes that this family wrote to each other. They were penned never meant to be made public so the candor and expressive thoughts are captured in this book. These writers celebrated life.
    Even though it ends with a sad ending, this book does reignite the power of faith and the strength to move forward no matter what happens along the way.
    Anne Frank’s Family is a beautifully written peek into one family’s odyssey.

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    Posted June 4, 2014

    10000 100

    I love anne frak

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    Posted June 8, 2013

    Great

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2012

    Yo

    Whot whot Anne Frank!!!;);););););)

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