Anne Frank : the diary of a young girl classroom book set

Library Item

Call NumberClassroom Book Sets
Sub-CollectionEducation Materials
Creators & ContributorsFrank, Anne (author)
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (creator)
Buckman, Alex (subject)
Stein Sorensen, Louise (subject)
Frank, Anne (subject)
Lieberman, Celina (subject)
Boraks-Nemetz, Lillian (subject)
Doduck, Mariette (subject)
Cassirer, Marion (subject)
Krell, Robert (subject)
Sigal, Ruth Kron (subject)
Vanry, Serge (subject)
SummaryAnne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl has become a classic since its initial publication in 1946. Anne Frank kept a diary for two years while in hiding in Holland during WWII. It records the thoughts and expressions of a young girl living under extraordinary conditions, whose life ended tragically at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp at age 15. This classroom book set includes 30 copies of Anne Frank : The Diary of a Young Girl, a teacher's resource binder that includes the Anne Frank in the World teacher's guide, and other supporting educational materials. The Outside the Attic Walls discovery kit (https://collections.vhec.org/Detail/objects/3300) complements the study of this book.
Physical Description 1 kit (30 books, 1 resource binder + various pieces)
LanguageEnglish
PublisherVancouver : Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
AudienceGrade 7 and up
Funding NoteThe Anne Frank: the diary of a young girl classroom book set has been generously sponsored in honour of Sonya Oshman z"l, Holocaust survivor and Bielski partisan.