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73788: The Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank, The Definitive Edition The Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank, The Definitive Edition
By Anne Frank / Random House, Inc

Restored in this Definitive Edition are diary entries that had been omitted from the original edition. These passages, which constitute 30 percent more material, reinforce the fact that Anne was first and foremost a teenage girl, not a remote and flawless symbol. She fretted about, and tried to cope with her own emerging sexuality. Like many young girls, she often found herself in disagreement with her mother. And like any teenager, she veered between the carefree nature of a child and the full-fledged sorrow of an adult. Anne emerges more human, more vulnerable, and more vital than ever.

Anne Frank and her family, fleeing the horrors of Nazi occupation, hid in the back of an Amsterdam warehouse for two years. She was thirteen when the family went into the Secret Annex, and in these pages she grows to be a young woman and a wise observer of human nature as well. With unusual insight she reveals the relations between eight people living under extraordinary conditions, facing hunger, the everpresent threat of discovery and death, complete estrangement from the outside world, and above all, the boredom, the petty misunderstandings, and the frustrations of living under such unbearable strain, in such confined quarters.

A timeless story rediscovered by each new generation, The Diary of a Young Girl stands without peer. For both young readers and adults it continues to bring to life this young woman, who for a time survived the worst horror the modern world had seen - and who remained triumphantly and heartbreakingly human throughout her ordeal. For those who know and love Anne Frank, The Definitive Edition is a chance to discover her anew. For readers who have not yet encountered her, this is the edition to cherish.


473798: Eyewitness Readers, Level 3: The Story of Anne Frank Eyewitness Readers, Level 3: The Story of Anne Frank
By Brenda Lewis / Dk Children

Anne Frank lived a secret life with her family, hiding from the Nazis. She wrote all about it in her remarkable diary. Stunning photographs combine with lively illustration and engaging, age-approriate stories in this book, a multilevel reading program guaranteed to capture children's interest while developing their reading skills and general knowledge. Level 3: Grades 2-3.




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Anne Frank
Anne Frank's room in the Annex
Otto Frank, Anne's father
Statue of Anne Frank
Pictures of Anne's family in the Anne Frank Museum, Amsterdam
Anne Frank
A map of the house where they were in hiding
The Anne Frank house in Amsterdam
A replica of Anne Frank's diary - Indianapolis Children's Museum
Westerbork German concentration camp