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Anne Frank: Her Life is a short, young children's book, written by Marian Hoefnagel, and published in 2009. As the title suggests, it tells the story of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who lived in a secret annexe for two years during World War II; she is most famous for her diary, which the book takes excerpts from. The book also includes photographs, and is written in simple, direct English.

Reader's Reviews

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It was quite simple. The photographs were really good, I enjoyed looking at them. The print was quite large. I wanted to keep reading it. Quite a sad ending, obviously. I have read an older children's version, which was better, but this is better for young children. (Olivia, age 13)

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This story is interesting. I studied about the Holocaust in Social Studies in high school. Anne is my Saint Name 4 Confirmation. Anne Frank may possibly be a distant relative of Noah Frank. (Andrea Patane,age 22)

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Parental Guidance

  • Reading Age: 7+
  • Reading Aloud Age: 7+

Some sexual references. Anne dies at the end, which may upset some children.

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References

  1. Publisher's website

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