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In most windows I saw people working and children playing. When the soldiers came, people began covering their windows, so I couldn't see inside anymore. But the tiny attic window of the narrow brick house behind Otto Frank's business offices had no shade. For a long time the rooms were empty. Then one day, Otto's whole family came to live there. They called their new home the Secret Annex...
A story of Anne Frank, who loved a tree and the tree who promised never to forget her.
This book is co-published with the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, chosen by the Anne Frank Center as the first U.S. recipient of a sapling from the tree outside of the Secret Annex window (the tree is the narrator in the book).
|Publisher:||Unitarian Universalist Association|
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 12.10(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 9 Years|
About the Author
Sandy Eisenberg Sasso is an award-winning author of thirteen books for children, including God's Paintbrush, The Shema in the Mezuzah (winner of a National Jewish Book Award), and Creation's First Light. Visit her at www.allaboutand.com.
Erika Steiskal grew up in Ohio and received a BFA in illustration from the Columbus College of Art and Design. Her book and editorial illustrations have appeared in Spectrum, 3x3, and Communication Arts, and her work received a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles. She lives in Seattle.