Anne Frank's diary telling the story of her years in hiding from the Nazis has affected millions of people. But what was she like as a small girl, at home with her family and friends; at play and at school? And how did an ordinary little girl come to live such an extraordinary and tragically short life? In the first half of the book, we meet Anne as a small child growing up with her family in Germany. Then, we follow her flight to Holland to escape the Nazis; the German invasion and the gradual isolation, then outright persecution, of the Jewish population which forces the family into hiding; the years in the Secret Annex; and her last heart-breaking journey.
This book is used in the Building Bridges of Understanding Programme. It is a recommended picture book for supporting children's use of Connections for 3rd to 6th Class Level and for supporting children's use of Determining Importance for 1st to 6th Class Level.
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Date of Publication: 07/06/2007