Anne Frank takes young readers back to the dark days of World War II through the story of the famous young diarist. Like teenagers everywhere, Anne wrote about friends, family, movies, her greatest joys, and her deepest fears. Through her vivid, tender entries we experience Annes changing world as persecution, hiding, and betrayal become part of daily life in Nazi Europe.
Ann Kramers superbly illustrated book also celebrates the enduring legacy of Anne Frank. Her story, now known to millions, is an inspiration for young readersand writerseverywhere. This attractive volume will bring a new generation to a story which should never be forgotten.
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Ann Kramer has worked as a writer and editor for more than 30 years. She is the author of several books in National Geographic Kids' World History Biographies series. Her children's books include Nelson Mandela: From Political Prisoner to President, Black Peoples of America, and Women and War. Kramer lives in Sussex, England.