Anne Frank

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Anne Frank
Call No: J 949.207 F82a 2006

Call NumberJ 949.207 F82a 2006
Dates2006; ©2006
Statement of ResponsibilitySusanna Davidson ; History consultant, Eva Schloss ; Reading consultant, Alison Kelly.
Creators & ContributorsDavidson, Susanna (author)
Schloss, Eva (contributor)
Kelly, Alison (contributor)
Chisholm, Jane (editor)
Frank, Anne (subject)
Summary"At the age of thirteen, Anne Frank went into hiding with her family to escape from the Nazis. For two years, she couldn't go outside or run or shout or laugh too loudly. Instead, she poured her thoughts and feelings into her diary, which is now famous all over the world. This story of her life begins when she was still a carefree girl like any other." Back cover
  1. Living free
  2. Broken glass
  3. Invasion
  4. The secret annexe
  5. Westerbork
  6. The camps
Anne Frank's diary
Physical Description 64 pages : illustrations (some colour), facsimiles, portraits ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherLondon : Usborne Publishing Ltd.
  • "This book has been written with the expert advice of Eva Schloss, a concentration camp survivor and stepsister of Anne Frank. Eva is a founder member of the Anne Frank Trust and author of Eva's Story: A Survivor's Tale by the Stepsister of Anne Frank." Back cover
RecognitionGifted in 2017 by Margaret B.