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This book was great. My sister needed it for a school project but I read it as well to be sure her paper was accurate and perfect. I would recommend this book to all children. Depending upon age of course. My sister is 11. I believe it expands their horizon. --ByAmelia D.on 12 March 2015
ANNE FRANK ON ANNE FRANK....you tube gives the world garry hixons diary, the real diary of anne frank. not this rubbish..thanik you...anne you almost made it...to my sister anne...who did nothing wrong --ByGarry Hixon "Garry Hixon"on 10 March 2015
Fact of the matter is Anne Frank didnt survive the holocaust she was starved to death in a German concentration camp. Brings us back to a time when Germans were "just following orders". What a weak society in actuality when brainwashed blue eyed blonde haired FREAKS ran around killing EVERYONE. They were just following orders. The German people had no mind of their own. Merely programmable robots who kill for pleasure. --ByHarvey Harrelsonon 20 March 2015 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Anne Frank was born on 12 June 1929. She died in Bergen-Belsen, three months short of her sixteenth birthday. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This was a gift for my daughter-in-law and she tells me that she enjoyed the book very muchPublished 11 days ago by Pauline Lewis
I found this diary slightly repetitive, Monday: Stayed in. Tuesday: Stayed in. Wednesday: Stayed in. Thursday: Stayed in and so forth...Published 17 days ago by Nick Stanham
Couldn't put this book down until I had finished reading it.
Being given the opportunity to step back in time and really enter the terrifying world and the heart and the mind... Read more