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Yours, Anne: The Life of Anne Frank

Yours, Anne: The Life of Anne Frank

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by Lois Metzger

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ClaudiaLAproject More than 1 year ago
Yours, Anne-The Life of Anne Frank, by:Lois Metzger is an awesome book written in an unique writing style. Anne Frank was a teenager living during the Holocaust, a time where Hitler and the Nazis was brutaly killing Jewish people in Europe and sending them to their deaths at concentration camps. Anne and her family went into hiding in the "Secret Annex", a hidden apartment above an office building, consealed by a sliding bookcase to protect the Franks and the others hiding with them. During this time Anne Frank wrote her poingant words in her diary. This book is a compilement of quotes from Anne's diary, quotes from her friends & family, dates,and jam-packed with interesting facts intertwined into novel styled writing. This book clearly explained the setting and characters with rich, vivid details. There even is photographs in the middle of the book showing Anne ages 3 to right before she went into hiding. There is also pictures of the Secret Annex, showing you where Anne had to live for years. I highly reccomend this book. It is great for an Anne Frank report because of its bibliography and other books & documentaries sections where you can get more information about the subject. It is also an outstanding book just to read for fun:)
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is about a Jewish family. After the Nazis invade Holland, they go into hiding with another Jewish family. The Jewish families which are the Franks and the Van Pels hide in a room called the secret annex. After two years of hiding, the two families get sent to concentration camps. They all die at the camps except for the father, Otto Frank.