Diary of Anne Frank (Kesselman)

Diary of Anne Frank (Kesselman)

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Diary of Anne Frank (Kesselman) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
When I first read the story about Anne Frank, I was in 8th grade where every English teacher in my school had chosen to read this story to all of there students. I had no idea of what the story was going to be about and also had no idea who Anne Frank was. But after reading about her life, I had saw how hard it must have been for her. This year in school we had to choose a book to read and do a book report on it. I had chosen to do Anne Frank because I had already read a little about her but I had wanted to learn more information about her and life for Jewish people during WW2. By reading both of this book it had shown me how hard it was for Jewish people of all ages. They where taken out of there homes and sent to a concentration camp where most of them later died. It puts the whole world to shame because we all knew about this and nothing was getting done early. But finally we were able to help them and save them. It takes a brave little girl like Anne to be able to write everything down in a diary that was happening in her life. And by Mr. Frank giving Anne's book to be published must had taken a lot of courage also. But in many ways we are glad that he did because Anne had showed us in many ways how tough it was to be Jewish and how hard it was to go into hiding. It was a awesome book to read and learn at the same time. I would highly recommend this book to people of all ages.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it was very good